Dannii (lilbob1980) wrote in bookish,

The stolen Child - keith Donohue

This was a really interesting and different book.  Written in the first person, it was interesting how the story teller changed between the two characters, that of the changeling that became a human, and of the human who became a changeling.  At first I was a little confused but within a couple of chapters I got the hang of it.

We all hear stories about the faeries that steel children and replace with one of their own and this was about that.  I have often wondered to myself what the point was and this book does at least attempt a reason.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and will definitely reread it at some point in the future.

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