"A conversational, contemporary fable about children and parents and letting go."
“COME AWAY uses the warped and mingled viewpoints of new fantasy – supernatural, dark Victorian, and something like modern realist – to portray the unexpected trauma of a man who never thought he’d want fatherhood, and to celebrate early childhood without romanticizing it, as Spring becomes more than a hapless victim. No matter how deep and dark these Woods are, humanity may hold its own against the force of magic.”
The Magazine of the Science Fiction
& Fantasy Field