BOOK REVIEW – “Children Who Never Grow Old” by Kathy Golden

Children Who Never Grow OldChildren Who Never Grow Old by Kathy Golden

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Three short tales containing an element of the supernatural.

FOUR STARS * * * *

Children Who Never Grow Old is a short, 15 page read of three stories: Little Mirrors, Tiffany’s Escapes, and Protected.

Two are about the loss of a child from a familial context. The other is about predator, prey, and a magical protector.

All are very tightly written (as short as they are) and they are very well done works for such condensed efforts.

Each story quickly sets the scene and delivers the full tale – again, very impressively done with such short stories.

For me, the only thing I had trouble with was making a connection to the characters (which is a personal preference of mine when I read). Having said that, it doesn’t take away from any of the tales.

I recommend “Children Who Never Grow Old” by Kathy Golden – * * * * Four Stars (out of five)

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