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Unravel Erica’s path of hope as she navigates a world full of misery.

January 14
16:02 2022

Fifteen-year-old Erica Tambo is surrounded by disorder even before her mother drags her and her younger sister out of their Seattle suburb to live in the small eastern Washington hamlet of Leavenworth. Her mother made this poorly thought-out move in the hopes of starting an afresh chapter in her life. In this new town, though, things don’t go so well. She has difficulties meeting new friends and she cannot stand her younger sister! Despite this, she eventually gleans strength from adversity, putting forth her best effort no matter what life throws at her.

“Low Hanging Fruit” is an engrossing tale that effectively transports you back to the early 1980s. The novel is chock-full of historical connections and happenings that will keep readers engrossed with each turn of the page. Susan Johnson describes life in the 1980s as it was – something we can no longer experience since everything now feels so manufactured.  Even though there are many individuals involved,  the protagonist’s plot is brilliantly written;  she does not scrimp on details  (which make things more interesting). Once you’ve started it, you won’t be able to put this book down.

The author has an uncanny ability to conclude her pieces on a happy, unexpected note. The protagonist’s tenacity in the face of hardship will touch the reader. Despite the ups and downs, Erica’s life came out better than she could have imagined,  surprising readers with her ability to negotiate life’s problems without assistance.

“Low Hanging Fruit” is an intimate look at what it takes to turn lemons into lemonade. After every few pages, the tone shifts, offering readers a glimpse into how various individuals are feeling, which ranges from happiness to melancholy.  The tension is maintained throughout,   resulting in a  completely unexpected surprise finale. If you want to learn more about Erica’s tale, get your book immediately from Kindle, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble before they sell out.

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