A Judge Decided – Review 6

I have read this book three times now and enjoyed it thoroughly every time. It’s quite unusual for me to read a book more than once.

This book touches on a subject that affects many families around the world when one spouse moves to another country during or after a divorce, and the children become caught up in a tug-of-war situation.

The author handles this subject sensitively, and with an excellent understanding of the complex emotions involved. Her writing has a lovely light touch, which kept me turning the pages eagerly. It’s clear she has a sympathetic understanding of the characters involved.

If you’re looking for an interesting, entertaining family drama, this is the book for you.

Chantal Davis-Swartz

A Judge Decided by Helen Fenwick is available from the author. Email fenwickh@jebomail.co.za

5 thoughts on “A Judge Decided – Review 6

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  2. mythbusta

    I am so glad that I never became a judge, quite an acute consideration decades ago. To have to entangle the misalignment of others must be a soul wrenching experience. I am alien to divorce, I have little of that in my life experience. Until I left school at age 18, I only ever came across one divorcee. None of our friends were divorced, except two female cousins raised as boys. Not sure I’ll ever get my head around it, either.

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