Robin Sinclair, five years old, is travelling through interstellar space with her family. She has lost her doll. As with The Twilight Zone, the books of Madeline L’Engle, and other gems from the golden age of science fiction, "A World Called Crimson" uses the simple desires of children as a dependable wire on which to walk through the strange. In one of Darius John Granger’s most popular stories, young Robin and her brother suffer a crash onto a planet where desires are realized simply by the power of the mind. With humor and taste, performer Jim Roberts brings to life this magical world populated by childrens’ wishes and threatened by their nemeses...the adults.
Darius John Granger was one of the best and most prolific writers of the "Golden Age" of science fiction. Many critics consider "A World Called Crimson" his best story. Think of it as The Lord of the Flies in reverse, with a setting on a faraway planet!