Touch: a novel
The drama of a woman who discovers she is HIV-positive. She is Rayna Poinsett, 35, a black painter in Seattle and the last person who should have caught it. She was fully informed of the disease, having even visited an aids hospice, and what is more when she had sex, always insisted on a condom.
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Touch: a novelUser Review - Book Verdict
Seattle artist Rayna Sargent is intent on establishing her career. Her art is her world and her protection, she hopes, against the madness that engulfed and ultimately destroyed her mother. Unfortunately, her art cannot protect her from AIDS, and an HIV-positive diagnosis shatters her dreams and the careful isolation she has created for herself. Rayna learns to survive by reaching out and accepting the healing bonds of friendship. Sherman, author of One Dark Body (LJ 1/93) and numerous short stories, has created a vivid tale of fear and friendship. Recommended for all fiction collections.--Jan Blodgett, Davidson Coll., N.C.
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breathtaking novel dealing with African American Women and AIDS and much more. It's a one-sitting read and beautiful.