Book Review: “Little Wren and the Big Forest” by Michael J. Sullivan
“That was the nature of the forest. Things went in and never came out.”
A brief excursion into the greater world of Sullivan’s First Empire. This short story appears in Unfettered II, but I got it separately, so I’m reviewing independently. Not up to the quality of most Sullivan fiction, but a fun read.
“Naive. Innocent. Dumb. Maybe, Wren thought as she followed the sheep, but I’m not a coward.”
A modern fairy tale heroine. Pretty introspective for an eight-year-old.
“The moment you thought of something terrible, that’s exactly what would happen.”
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