Morley brings a pathos palpable in its authenticity and a maturity arresting in its conviction. [Her] poignant, read-in-onesitting tale of loss and renewal will haunt readers.
Morley convincingly depicts a grief-stricken woman without resorting to clichés . . . the storytelling, line by line, is rather beautiful.
Come Sunday grips your heart from the first page and doesn't let go. Isla Morley takes us on an unforgettable journey from the hills of Hawaii to the plains of South Africa, daring us to join her as she crosses racial and cultural divides. A heart-wrenching tale of unthinkable loss and hard-won healing, this is a novel to savor, like the lingering notes of a fine wine.
A wonderful first novel, beautifully written and completely engrossing... I look forward to her next book.