The Ugly Tree Considering Cane Kallevik s rocky start her life has been normal under the watchful eye of Grandma Betty When shes not running five miles at a crack shes riding her bike around the rural farming tow

  • Title: The Ugly Tree
  • Author: Tamara Lyon
  • ISBN: 9781935361527
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Paperback
  • Considering Cane Kallevik s rocky start, her life has been normal under the watchful eye of Grandma Betty When shes not running five miles at a crack, shes riding her bike around the rural farming town of Savage, Illinois and engaging in a secret warfare with her former best friend, Mikayla Atwood The biggest thorn in her side is Jenny Ryanne Schaeffer, her employer, whoConsidering Cane Kallevik s rocky start, her life has been normal under the watchful eye of Grandma Betty When shes not running five miles at a crack, shes riding her bike around the rural farming town of Savage, Illinois and engaging in a secret warfare with her former best friend, Mikayla Atwood The biggest thorn in her side is Jenny Ryanne Schaeffer, her employer, who Cane has nicknamed Jelly Roll When Justice Price, Jelly Rolls gorgeous, older nephew rolls into town, Cane is convinced that their age difference is a minor inconvenience After a disastrous tornado, Cane s house is destroyed, and Grandma Betty is in a coma Out of necessity, Cane moves in with the Schaeffer family and spends the summer falling in love with Justice, keeping vigil at Grandma Bettys side, fighting with Jelly Roll, walking a fine line between love and hate with Mikayla, and discovering scandalous secrets about Mikaylas mother, Annette Cane endures a summer of waiting, loving, and longing In a dramatic conclusion her world literally goes up in flames, but instead of losing everything, she finds exactly what shes looking for in the most unexpected way.

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    About “Tamara Lyon

    1. Tamara Lyon says:

      Post Traumatic Brazilian Wax Syndrome May 2015 release is loosely inspired by an unfortunate, painful event that occurred three years ago and is critically acclaimed author Tamara Lyon s sixth novel Her previous works include The Ugly Tree series, a Flamingnet Top Choice Award winner, 2011 Next Generation Indie Finalist, Eric Hoffer Finalist, and Midwest Book Award Finalist In 2010 her novel, Fixing Forever Broken, earned an IPPY Award for romance Lyon has taken her recent books in a decidedly chick lit direction and creates characters and stories that are refreshingly and humorously real She makes her home in Wisconsin with her talented husband, cycling superstar son, and counter surfing golden retriever, Macy.



    2 thoughts on “The Ugly Tree

    1. "On the night that I was born, the circle of life sucker punched my family in the face. Grandma Betty stepped up to the plate, and out of her iron will to make lemonade out of lemons, she named me Cane, claiming it was because I was as sweet as sugar." A compelling beautiful coming of age story, this book deserves much more reviews than it currently has. This is a story of Cane, a girl who is trying to survive her life without a father and mother. With just her Grandma Betty, Cane is devastated [...]

    2. I met this author's parents on a tour my husband and I took of the southwest national parks. They, and the couple they were traveling with, are all avid readers, and I had a lot of fun discussing books with them. They recommended I read Tamara Lyon's books (she has written six). I started with this one because it was the first in a series of three. It is a coming-of-age tale in which the female protagonist, Cane, age almost-sixteen, falls deeply in love with Justice, a young man five years her s [...]

    3. I really enjoyed reading this book. I thought that Tamara Lyon did a beautiful job of writing the scenes in a way that makes the reader feel present and part of what was happening. It was entertaining and kept me reading to find out how everything would work out in the end.I found the main character, Cane, to be spunky and believable. She has a lot of hardships to deal with and is a bit of a loner with an unconventional family life since she lives with just her loveable grandmother. It was enter [...]

    4. So I was a little backwards and read Book 2, then 3, and last (1). It was very interesting to read how Cane's character had progressed through the entire series. I don't regret my backwards reading at all, it was great to see how all the pieces fell together. Two thumbs up, and I definitely recommend.

    5. Brings back all the angst of the early teen years when you can’t understand why others don’t see you as a capable adult. Cane is one of those characters that stays with you long after your finish the book.

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