Dec 05, 2020
The Cradle
Posted by T.M. Camp

At long last, fans of Assam Darjeeling can read the next chapter in the story of everyone s favorite little girl lost, Jee And if you haven t read Assam Darjeeling yet, then be advised Here there be spoilers At the close of Assam Darjeeling readers were given a brief glimpse of Jee as she approached the Winter Palace But the path that leads her thereAt long last, fans of Assam Darjeeling can read the next chapter in the story of everyone s favorite little girl lost, Jee And if you haven t read Assam Darjeeling yet, then be advised Here there be spoilers At the close of Assam Darjeeling readers were given a brief glimpse of Jee as she approached the Winter Palace But the path that leads her there is long and twisted, with many other stories to tell along the way The Cradle is the first of these.Jee is enjoying the new freedom that comes with being an exile from the land of the living But she soon discovers that freedom has its share of discomforts and dangers Caught in a torrential downpour, she is taken in by a kindly old couple who, it turns out, have story of their own to tell And Jee discovers yet again that things in the Underworld are not always what they seem.The Cradle begins a new cycle of stories about a little girl looking for a place that she can, at last, call home.

  • Title: The Cradle
  • Author: T.M. Camp
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Cradle At long last fans of Assam Darjeeling can read the next chapter in the story of everyone s favorite little girl lost Jee And if you haven t read Assam Darjeeling yet then be advised Here there be s

    Randolph Carter

    I forgot to review this Another fine addition to the saga that began in Assam Darjeeling Picks up some time after the end of AD The entire novella takes place with Jee in the underworld is that what it s called I read this way too fast Again there is the masterful interweaving of classical myth with current reality Alright, I know, you can t call it reality As in AD Camp brings in some thinly disguised characters to play major roles that you will recognize if you pay attention Don t worry, if yo [...]


    Julie Davis

    This short story should be read only after one has read Camp s brilliant first book, Assam and Darjeeling I very much enjoyed reading this adventure, seeing evidence of Jee s character growth, and also in puzzling over the real identities of the man and his wife not to mention that tree As always, Camp has a way of mingling myth and modern story while providing an underlying meaning that provides the reader with food for thought One comment about the layout though is that the type is gigantic wh [...]


    Dan Wilson

    I quite liked this short follow up to Assam and Darjeeling, although I felt that Camp could have added a few strands to help people understand what was going on for any readers who haven t read the original novel for a long time or ever, for that matter I found myself struggling to remember the details of the AD and wondering how someone would respond if this was the first of Camp s books that they had picked up.Other than that, I felt it was a charming novella and I look forward to stories in [...]


    Annette

    Keep going mr camp



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