I find An Odyssey of Illusions to be a powerful read. What a reminder of the minds and thoughts and understandings of the 6 to 10 year old. Life can be so riddled with half truths, not even close to the truth, exactly truths and mysteries of adults.
Dena Olson, Denver, CO
It was not a “feel good” story, but a story of real life, for so many people of that era, and even today for that mater. Seeing the world through the eyes and mind of young boy, trying to make sense of his world, that is often turned upside down by constant change and the selfish /harmful decisions of his father, is thought provoking. The ending begs a sequel;
Steve McNally, Beaverton, OR