The Movement: Revisited

The Movement: Revisited

“All who draw breath, draw grace.”

Welcome back, dear Reader! Back to that wondrous world full of marvelous creatures. Back to that magical land full of (not so) little hills, brightly colored meadows, and wonderful little brooks that need crossing. But let us not forget, dear Reader, the darkness of the forest, and the inhabitants there in…
…But before we get there, dear Reader, might I suggest we get nice and comfy – with a warm glass of milk at the ready and another plate of gooey chocolate chip cookies – for I feel the Maker’s work is not done, and even we may be changed before it is.
So – without further ado – let us revisit…

As always, for the child in all of us
– D

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Compared to:
C.S. Lewis – The Chronicles of Narnia
Lewis Carroll – Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass
John BunyanPilgrim’s Progress
‘The Wizard of Oz’ and ‘Disney’


Like Reconnecting with Old Friends
Reading this next installment of The Movement is like being reconnected with old friends. It was good to hear the narrator’s unique voice again!

The Wizard of Wordism!
Burns is the Wizard of Wordism!  He has so greatly captured the classic feel of storytelling, a world that is not ordinary, and creatures or things that have their own story.

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