Nine-year-old Bobby has a few questions about not just the bumps and groans that happen in his house every night, but about the deep questions of spirituality and angels.
©2012 D. Charles (P)2012 D. Charles
Bobby is a good kid but something is going to happen to him that doesn't seem good. But there are touching moments in this story that make up for that.
I liked the angel "Tristan." His job was to make Bobby's transition easy and comfortable.
He really got into it and made wonderful different characterizations and personalities.
There are many moving moments that lead up to the conclusion. I did like the conversation Bobby had with Tristan about why angels were different from humans.
It's a short tale. It could have been a lot longer and with more detail but it was written from a child's perspective and that's okay.
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