The premise of moral art is that life is better than death; art hunts for avenues to life. The book succeeds if we’re powerfully persuaded that the focal characters, in their fight for life, have won honestly or, if they lose, are tragic in their loss, not just tiresome and pitiful.
Published by Adrienne Morris
Adrienne Morris is author of the deeply moving epic novel The House on Tenafly Road (Historical Novel Society Editor’s Choice). “I love classic literary and historical fiction like Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind, Laila Ibrahim's Yellow Crocus and Sara Gruen’s Water for Elephants and aim to give readers sweeping historical tales filled with characters to love, hate and sympathize with.” Adrienne lives on a small farm with her mini horse and sheep. View all posts by Adrienne Morris