Among These Several
REVIEW by Dean Lonseth
This book by Peggy Aylesworth Levine says to the reader "read me straight through"; when you've finished, lucky reader, you'll say "I'm glad I did". Because you will have been immersed in writing that gives you a special feeling that lasts well after you put the book down.
is a recognition that as you are reading the main characters' dialogue,
as often as not an innerdialogue with his or her self, you are in the
presence of a writer who not only writes with beautiful language(Ms. Aylsworth
is after all best known for her beautiful poetry) but who most importantly
is largely about four characters; their inner thoughts, their relationships
to one another, and how they choose to face life as it has placed them
in the time-frame of the novel.