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The Season of Lost Children Paperback – June 1, 2011
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The interaction of the characters over a period of time allows the reader to become acquainted as if friends. The connection is strong and I eagerly await the third book to see how the tension and story resolve.
The book has humor, pathos, love, hate, connection, friendship and family - all the components of a really good story.
I was always interested and involved in A Trick of Light. Starting with the resolution of the main character's (father) involvement with the (mother's) perception of their relationship. The plot thickened when mother took a trip to discover more about her deceased husband. This evolved into an introduction to three more fascinating characters. The Season of Lost Children dragged and did not excite my interest in the characters, that were not developed as well. In fact, I found it difficult to stay with the book. I was determined to pick it up and finish it. I was disappointed.
After reading the above revues of these two books from the trilogy,I realized how ungifted I am at being able to put into words how these two books touched me. I can echo what V.Fox has said. I began the first book yesterday and finished Seasons of Lost Children a few minutes ago.
How well Karen understands the human condition with all it's twists and turns and assumptions and misunderstandings.
When may we expect the third book?
Thank you forr two glorious days totally hanging on each word.