Not ugly. Just ordinary. And Perry, who is introduced as the nice young man looks like an exactly nice young man. I would go out with Perry. He offers her illicit ice cream, and makes her a necklace out of acorn cups. Related). She wrote a book called. Trade Winds in which the protagonist gets raped and falls in love with her rapist and they live happily ever after, which Im not even going to get into because it makes me so furious. I am so pleased I got this book! I got it in hardback! For eight dollars! At Bongs Noodles, totally unexpectedly! This, and jPod, and a hardback of From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Kaye is so mysterious. She wrote two books about India, Shadow of the Moon and The Far Pavilions, which I really enjoyed. She wrote a series of mysteries, which I found terribly tedious. Basil E. Frankweiler (I know, right? and a nice new copy of Jennifer, Hecate, Macbeth, William McKinley, and Me, Elizabeth, and The Annotated Alice (the annotations are ever so interesting and for twenty dollars altogether total, all seven of the Chronicles of Narnia on CD. Kaye illustrated it herself, and I have rarely read a book in which the illustrations went so well with the story. Not even The Ghost of Opalina. Amy looks exactly like youd think she would ordinary. There she meets a very agreeable man-of-all-work called Perry, and on their days off, they hang out in the forest feeding nuts to squirrels and building a little cottage for themselves. (Until all is discovered.) M.M.