I loved reading The Look by Judah Raine; it kept this readerinterested from beginning to end. Thank you Ms Raine for such a fascinating story filled withcharacters for this reader to enjoy. 5 Stars and Reviewers Choice from Single Titles Reviews
Unpredictable and engaging from the start, "The Look" is a page turner. 5 Stars and Book of the Week from LASR
From the Author
The KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, that broad northwards sweep of rolling hills northwards the mighty Drakensberg Mountains, is a treasure trove of small towns, "home-grown" characters and, most of all, community.The Look explores the multiple layers that comprise these rural communities through the eyes of Morgan, a city girl on a personal mission. I loved sharing Morgan's journey from alienation and aloneness to community. We discovered truths that she never knew existed. We explored her need for closure, and how it in fact opens a whole new dimension to life, family and love.I love small rural towns - perhaps it's my roots. As a farmer's daughter, these are what helped to create who I am today. I love the interaction and the warmth and the solid sense of fun, and these are the gems that I have woven into Morgan's story.Life is full of tragedies, of betrayals and of misconceptions and wrong choices. The Look doesn't ignore these, but it does capture another perspective that is as real and lasting as the pain and hardship we all have to endure.Most of all, it's bound together by the thread of humour that is often our greatest strength.And, of course, it has a cat. What more can I say?