The Changeling

  • Title: The Changeling
  • Author: Kenneth McKenney
  • ISBN: 9780380896868
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. I think this was an awful book, but I enjoyed it. The story of the changeling seemed really contrived and cobbled together so weakly. It was full of holes. How could the changeling have no soul and yet so obviously care about the girl? At one point the author even said he had a soul after making the premise that all children born on a certain day had empty soul, ripe for possession by demons. Also it wasn't the kind of changeling I usually associate the word with. I think of that as goblins repl [...]


    2. The Changeling is predictable in terms of plot (especially the ending) and the lead heroine needed more character development but it's still really enjoyable if you're a fan of this particular branch of the horror genre, which I am. The Changeling has a great sense of atmosphere and Simon was genuinely endearing as both a protagonist and antagonist. Overall well written and fast paced - love the alternative 'metamorphosis' cover art too. I purchased a dusty copy of The Changeling virtually for f [...]


    3. This is part 2 of his first book The Moon Child. I liked the first book better than this one. This is pretty much light horror with some romance thrown in, and some police procedure. Nothing special.


    4. Novels like this are necessary. They are junk food — all details are extra cheesy.I found this paperback in a thrift store and laughed at the cover and synopsis with the same joy that I felt upon finding Metal Angel (a romance centered around an angel who cuts off his wings to be an 80's rockstar) and The Holmes-Dracula File (no one-sentence synopsis necessary).Anyway, the book was exactly as I thought it would be: enjoyable, with points throughout where I was giggling stupidly.The romance th [...]


    5. I read the first book in this series 'The Moonchild' a couple of years ago. Fairly predictable, but entertaining. A slightly grisly werewolf tragedy kind of story. Moonchild was slightly better. I understand there is a third book in the series, which is indicated by the end of 'The Changeling'. Probably, won't read it.


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