The story revolves around a small family just a wife, husband and their young son. As with most books, in the beginning, everything's perfect. Everyone's happy. Now enter - you guessed it - three shadowy figures that steadily add more stress until tempers fray and fear takes over. Despite the shadows not acting aggressively, the family turns itself upside down to save the boy, Joachim. This story stands on a strong base of family values. There is definitely a moral structure that you don't see too often nowadays. I will admit that I'm a little surprised it was the father who took drastic measures to save the child while the mother more or less accepted the situation. Generally when you screw with a mother's child, you're in for a ride. Either way, it was a charming tale that brings to heart a multitude of emotions. Read Full Review
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