Many Faces is a novel that is very much character oriented. The characters are so real and life-like that the readers will become acquainted immediately. As the reader reads this novel they will feel as if they are in some way an integral part of this family. The situations and life experiences in this story are realistic, suspenseful, compelling and full of uncertainty. Emotions are constantly changing, one minute there is excitement and laughter, the next minute there are outbursts and tears, the next hate or love. The intensity is like a never ending roller coaster ride, right up until the final sentence. Life itself is full of events, some predictable and some unpredictable, and this book is a pure example of life.