Title: The Magic Shop by H. G. Wells
Date Read: 28 September 2008
Briefly: A father takes his son Gip to a magic shop in London, that proves to be more magical than he’d expected.
Afterthoughts: It maybe short in length but it’s long in quality. Great descriptions and a real feeling of father and son bond.
Notable Quote: “At any rate, there he was behind the counter- a curious, sallow, dark man, with one ear larger than the other and a chin like the toecap of a boot”
*Story read as part of my 100 Shots of Short reading challenge.