Thursday, July 21, 2011
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I was given a book to read, called "Lunchreads", Volume 1, by
Jenny Milchman, the author, which has two short stories in it, by two separate authors, one of them being this author, , who is the author who asked me to review 'her' story, "The Very Old Man". Jenny Milchman
I found this story to be very intriguing and suspenseful. It is about a mother,
Denise, with her nine month old baby girl, Bethie, were shopping in the grocery store when they met a very old, cold, shivery man. This very old man gives the baby something she should not have. The mother takes it away, and is very disturbed by this occurrence. She talks to her husband about it, and he puts this thing away somewhere, kind of blowing off Denise's concern. Strange things start to happen to them after that. These don't seem to be coincidences, according to Denise. She feels there is a curse on this thing. Later in this story, they run into this same very old man again, who seems to be younger, moving easier, and sweating now instead of being so cold. He has another gift for the baby. Denise takes the stroller and starts to run away from this old man. She looks back at him, and in his hand, again, is another of the same gift. She runs faster. This is not the end of this story. Now it is up to you to read this story and fill in all I have not told you. There is so much more to this story . . . but I won't give away the good stuff!
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Posted by Laurie Carlson at 9:57 PM