"The Carnival Keepers has haunting imagery, beautiful prose, and a lyrical quality that captures the mischief, loveliness, and darkness of the carnival! Amber Gulley delivers a story with a rich and lyrical prose: "The little butterfly girl squeezed his hand and led him from the tent, where the autumn daylight, the shimmering tents, and the laughing carnival atmosphere eased him once more."
Gulley's story of fairies and mischief is perfectly captured by haunting scenes written so beautifully that it doesn't read morbidly. The lyrical language coupled with the various perspectives creates an interesting style. James's perspective is told from first person, but there are scenes written from the third person detailing other characters' lives. Gulley pulls the style off well, as everything connects back full circle." - Reviewed by Liz Konkel for Readers' Favorite
"The Carnival Keepers is a short read that is filled to the brim with conflict, both inner and of the physical kind. Probably not for a middle-of-the-road reader, this webbed maze of horror is definitely worth the read, either for entertainment of those who seek an inner meaning to what is going on! Chaotic, dark and intriguing, Ms. Gulley has a wonderful way of setting up and maintaining the darkness of this story with her pen." - Tome Tender
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