Tin Cans by Lise Freeman (Book Review #142)
Posted on December 18, 2017
by Jeyran Main
This review was kindly requested by Lise Freeman.
Tin Cans, is a fictional story about a determined woman named Lana. This comedic book focuses on her ability to juggle her barely afloat business, family, friends and everything in between. Her business is situated in Florida, and although it is not just about the money, Lana’s beautiful personality cannot find the heart to let go of the team she works with as she deems them, family.
Everything gets thrown at our wise and witty lead character, and yet she still manages to pull it together and make things work out somehow. The plot and the storyline are mostly regarding interconnected coincidences and domestic situations where things collide, creating this excellent dynamic story.
The literary standard of the book and the layout of the story is written and designed very well. I found the story to be very appealing. The character development is in my opinion, the main reasons for the success of this book. They are all relatable, and as you read along, you get to feel and bond with them. That is a display of good writing, and this author succeeds in achieving that.
I recommend this book to anyone that likes to read funny and relatable fictional stories.
Written by Jeyran Main
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