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There is a secret in the house of Ikari, a doll that can walk and talk made of porcelain and gold. She fulfills many roles, one for each family member. Will she manage to keep the family whole? 

Warning: “Generations of Gold” is not suitable for children.

©2019 George Saoulidis (P)2019 George Saoulidis

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I feel sorry for the Doll

I cannot say I agree with how the family dealt with the Male member's anger issues. The girl could have just killed her brother and saved the doll. Or any number of other solutions. Especially so when her brother was eyeing her young daughter.

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GOOD READ!

I enjoyed it! The narration was good. The author did a good job with the characters. I look forward to reading more from this author. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 04-15-20

Gorgeous, inviting ...

Through the generations, Icari, a porcelain living doll, serves the members of the house in any way that they desire. If broken, she can be repaired. This is a sad story and, as stated, not suitable for children. The visuals conjured up are both brutal and erotic. The ending starkly cruel.
Mr.Saoulidis has the power to create vivid pictures with few words. The narrators, Don T.Lessen and Donna Tellame, performed well.

My thanks to the rights holder who, at my request, freely gifted me with a complimentary copy, viz Mythographers. This is a very short story which seemed to end almost before it began, and felt like a fragment of a larger book. Although beautifully written, mysterious, it left an unpleasant aftertaste.