Editor's Note: Part memoir and part thriller, this book is perfect for baby boomers and great fun for everyone else!
I got so absorbed in this story that I just couldn't put it down!
Book Description: Laila Levin just doesn't feel like she belongs. When past secrets are stirred up, she's transported to 1969 and all of it's temptations. Her choices might endager her survival and conscience, but she finds out the importance of staying true to yourself.
Readers who like Gone Girl, While I Was Gone, or She's Come Undone will like THE GIRL FROM LONG GUY LAND.
Author's Inspiration: This is a great question. I’m at an age when I’ve begun reflecting on different periods of my life and examining what I’ve learned from them. For me, the late sixties was an aberration from the rest of my relatively conservative lifestyle. I wasn’t near as naïve or crazy as Laila, but I was a quintessential hippie, feminist, and anti-war protestor. Evidently, the novel has struck a cord with other baby boomers thinking about the same things.
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