A Frolic of Children

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A brief but haunting glimpse into a community of reclusive rabbit-folk keeping their doors barred against a land changing for the worse. Much as they try to hide their children from the world, the world and all its strangeness has a way of finding its way to their doorstep. A strange spirit takes hold one night, drawing all the children from their beds to show them that there's nothing to fear. More
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About Robin Dalton

In my unfortunately limited downtime from schoolwork, I enjoy writing fanfiction and original fiction alike. In my downtime from that, I enjoy video games, jogging and various other exercises for fun and health, spending time with my friends both online and off, and handicrafts of all kinds, from knitting to chainmail. Probably needless to say, I am also an avid reader - got to keep pace with the competition, after all! Beyond that, it must be said that I particularly like small fluffy animals, especially cats, and as such I am a vegetarian who's always on the lookout for new recipes. It's a much easier lifestyle than most people think!

Mostly, I hope to keep writing forever. And I hope that, somewhere, there will always be someone willing to read the results.

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Review by: Angela Hope on July 26, 2014 :
A good imagination is needed for this story. I have that! Fantasy comes from an active mind. I enjoyed it!
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Review by: James Jenkins on July 24, 2014 :
The description reads much better than the book. I read about 40% before giving up on the work.

Much of it is written in a narrative format that is more like an outline of what should happen in this place in the book. I never felt like a I was there, more like I was reading a proposal for a story that someone want to tell but has not fully fleshed out.
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