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I was twelve when I first read this (1968), and was first drawn to the fact that the character and I shared a name, right down to the spelling.

Also, Alan's struggles to be free moved me, and the wonder of the story itself stuck with me.

"Twinkle, twinkle, golden star
I can see you, though you're far...."
08/15/2012
P.G. Smith - Classic Gothic Horror Set in Small-Town Maine
FEATURED AUTHOR - P.G. Smith is a former U.S.Army officer, public school administrator, special education teacher, and mental health counselor. While pursuing this wide variety of occupations, his writing has also appeared in periodicals to include Country Living, Military History, Canada's History, National Guard, Career World, and the Boston Globe. These days he divides his time between Boothbay Harbor, Maine and Ashburnham, Massachusetts. As our Author of the Day, he tells us all about his book, Prayers for… Read more