I felt that this story was very well written. The descriptive imagery was well done; especially concerning the inital meeting with the faun. The style is similar to that of the romantic writers such as Stoker and Shelley.
The middle of the story features a few comedic aspects which are done wonderfully. The last part of the story seems just a bit rushed, however. If the writer continues this storyline, I would be interested to see what the child's life is like. Does he ever transform into a being more like his father, etc.? Overall and excellent fantasy story!
Review of: I Chanced Upon a Faun
reviewed by Adam Huddleston on 03/22/2010
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