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Road Without Signposts Paperback – April 1, 2016
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About the Author
BARBARA MORRIS was raised in Langholm, a small town in the Dumfries and Galloway region of Scotland. Although now living and working in rural Northumberland, where the idyllic Cheviot Hills are her escape from the world, she writes prolifically about her favourite place, the Isle of Skye. Her debut novel One Missed Step, set on Skye and Vancouver Island, was a finalist in the People’s Book Prize. She continues to tell the stories of the Wilder family in Road Without Signposts.
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Morris takes us on an emotional roller coaster, which doesn’t let up until the very last page. Passionate love, complicated relationships and surprising twists, make this a one sitting read. The author clearly understands what make human beings tick and her believable characters draw us into this romantic drama.
The wild countryside is a character in itself and the author’s love for Skye, is evident in her lyrical portrayal of the landscape, which also serves to soften the tension. Cliff hangers at the end of every chapter, leave us hanging and my bedside lamp stayed on a lot longer than I had intended it to.
Morris has provided us with an excuse to escape for a little while, especially during the festive days ahead. Is this a good festive season buy? A resounding yes.
Congratulations Barbara Morris! When can we expect book number three?