The Home For Wayward Children

The Home For Wayward Children After their mother abandons them two sisters in the early s struggle to get along with each other and with the world at large Cover art by Gabriellyn Gidman

  • Title: The Home For Wayward Children
  • Author: R.S. Oswald Raevyn Oswald
  • ISBN: 9781370003945
  • Page: 458
  • Format: ebook
  • After their mother abandons them, two sisters in the early 1900 s struggle to get along with each other and with the world at large Cover art by Gabriellyn Gidman.

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    1 thought on “The Home For Wayward Children”

    1. This was a quick read, but I loved the simplicity of this story, and the reality of human nature in the characters. I would have liked to see a bit more setting to the book (like where they were and the time frame), but all in all this is a sweet book and perfect for all the family. *I received this in exchange for an honest review*

    2. I really liked this! The author portrayed the story so well and I enjoyed every minute of reading it! :) I felt sorry for Rose and Agnes, but I'm glad they came to reality of their Mother!I absolutely love short stories - I think it's the best way to write something that's not a novel! And it shows our ability to write something small and creative in such a short time!A great short story!! Recommended for young readers.

    3. I enjoyed this story and wish I could give it more stars than two, but it didn't quite hit the mark for me. There were elements of the story that weren't convincing, and some of the writing needed tightening up. I believe the author is at the beginning of her writing career, and shows great promise for future success. I'll continue to follow her writing and look forward to seeing her grow in skill and strength.

    4. Yet another work by Raevyn Oswald that I enjoyed. For writing short stories and poems, she is a really good author that I wish more people would notice. All in all, I love her and her work, this one included. Before I get into the actual review, I just want to say real quick, that I really enjoy the cover art for this book, and I think it does a great job at being intriguing, yet also describing the story well.For being a short story, the amount of detail and description that Oswald was able to [...]

    5. Since this is a very short story, there's not much to be said about it. Very nice, yet sad. There are little details, but just enough of the girls' background was mentioned. There was no mention about the father, though. Maybe he was killed in WWI? (That's just my imaginings) There was no known reason why her mother was like the way she was, but her daughter's devotion to her was nice. Overall, I think this short story deserved the first prize it received. It was just too short to feel for the c [...]

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