Roxi Reviews

Roxi Wilkinson has graciously agreed to share some of her recent reads with us. The following review is part of an ongoing series of guest posts written by Roxi:

The Child’s Child, now before you zip ahead to read the review please pause a moment and ponder this book’s title and what it could possibly mean to you. Look back through generations of your family and friends asking what ramifications a child’s child may have had for them.

The Child’s Child by Ruthe Rendell, writing as Barbara Vine, is a creatively constructed and cleverly suspenseful novel-within-a-novel.

The story is about sisters and brothers, social taboos, violence, intergenerational issues and courage. I found hope for humanity resonate by the story’s completion. I also found a calling for society to step-up to a deep compassion in areas where we are still rigid and unforgiving.

I do not want to release too much info about the story line as I just don’t want to give anything away and alter the suspense! Do yourself a favor and check this little treasure out. You won’t be disappointed!


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