And Put Away Childish Things by Adrian Tchaikovsky
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This novella was kinda slow to start for me. That's not to say it was bad, but I already knew it was going to turn out to be a "what-if" Narnia knock off that turned out to be real story. I've read others like this, of course, including Narnia itself, so I trusted it to be a little comfort read. Hopefully.
Fortunately, it's an Adrian Tchaikovsky story so it not only knows all the tropes but it successfully navigates them in a cool and interesting way.
That's it, really. Either you like the concept and love the execution, or you're lukewarm (like me) and enjoy the execution anyway. :)
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