A mother's love
In a poignant work, Morris explores the tests that young mothers must undergo in our society, the terrifying uncertainty that is the daily lot of the single mother, and the rewards that come from the strength of perseverance. "Morris illuminates the stuff from which real lives are made, the seemingly unexceptional incidents which determine our fates".--Ann Beattie.
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A MOTHER'S LOVEUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Single motherhood is the ostensible subject of Morris's second novel (after Crossroads, 1983; plus several story collections and a duet of travelogues). Here, Morris describes the emotional and ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - oldblack - LibraryThing
Quite a good exploration of the reality of family issues: being a single mother; being a child whose parents have split up; the loss of a sibling. A short book, but has good depth and at the same time is quite readable. Read full review