The Stolen Child by Brian McGilloway
Brian McGilloway / April 17, 2017

  “An abstract short story that leaves the reader hanging.” This was a good solid read of a poignant issue, with an excellent twist on where I thought the story was going. At times however, it felt like I was reading a set of unconnected extracts. There wasn’t enough background on the couple’s loss, which would have made me sympathize more with their situation. As it was, the story seemed to be just a sketch of a couple whose lives had been touched by tragedy, who eventually find a way to resolve it. A better connection of the plot between the scene breaks would have made this a really good tale.   Misty BaileyHey there, my name is Misty and I’m a book blogger 17 years old. While you may be thinking that most teens would spend most of their time blogging on their day and their life and blah blah blah. Well, I actually want to be some sort of journalist when I get that far and I’d say I’m doing pretty well. I love all things technology, whether it be computers or televisions or whatever.More Posts