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REVIEWS of LEAVE TO APPEAL (a Novella)
Review from Rachel Fisher
In Leave to Appeal, Ann vividly captures the feelings of anguish, guilt and entrapment experienced by too many and almost always kept secret. This is a sad tale but truly thought provoking.
A novella is a strange creature – not just a short book, nor a very long short-story, it has its own structure and feel. (10,000 words approx )
The form suits this tale well; of a strong-minded young woman, born into post war Britain, succeeding in her ambitions and eventually driven to kill.
You sit as judge and jury – will you grant her LEAVE TO APPEAL?
"Ann Foweraker specialises in characters that you might come across in your everyday life - believable, ordinary people to whom unusual and extraordinary things happen. This draws you in, you become involved, you are there with them - that's what makes her novels work so well."
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Other novels by Ann Foweraker: Divining the Line: Some Kind of Synchrony: Nothing Ever Happens Here