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Download ✓ Sweet as Cane Salty as Tears ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ken Wheaton ó 8 Read & download Free download Sweet as Cane Salty as Tears A freak accident forces a New Yorker to return to Louisiana and confront her Cajun pastThere is nothing dangerous than a spooked rhinoceros It is just before lunchtime when Huey the prized black rhino of Broussard Louisiana erupts from his enclosure trampling a zoo employee on his way to a rampage in the Cajun c. Mais yeah I loved dis here book cher If you re from Louisiana you ll understand that sentence For the rest with little knowledge of the Cajuns let me translate Well yes I loved this book dear Seriously Ken Wheaton took me back to the good ole days growing up in Opelousas Louisiana Wheaton and I are both from this small tight community I don t personally know Wheaton but I feel like I should How did such an amazing storyteller from my own hometown escape my book radar Mais he s on it now thanks to NetGalley I ve had two of Wheaton s books on my Kindle for way too long and I m so glad I decided to read them I started with this one first because I like the idea that Ken s protagonist was a fifty year old female not much older than myself Well ya knowmaybe fifteen years older Wheaton s female character KatherineKatie Lee was totally believable Matter of fact I completely identified with Katie Lee She reminded me of me Katie Lee and I both bolted from Opelousas because we were too afraid to face tragedy After my youngest daughter died at the age of eight in 2002 Opelousas became my prison and my hell My husband and I packed up our darkness and moved away I still haven t made my peace with my hometown but who would ve thought that a southern fiction character from the mind of an Opelousas author would bring me back to happier days Katie Lee must also make the difficult journey home and the life lessons she learns along the way had me laughing and crying all at once I may not have had the drama growing up that Katie Lee had to endure but our childhoods didn t differ all that much Katie Lee stole my heart as she reminisced about growing up in a large family I could almost smell Mrs Fontenot s Fon ta nose gumbo simmering on the stove Wheaton s descriptions are vivid and colorful With each chapter read I became nostalgic for Friday nights at Sonic crosstown rival football games homework classmates cruising through South City Park one last time Good times Ken Wheaton s Sweet As Cane Salty As Tears tells a story about a journey home reconnecting with loved ones the what if s and learning to forgive those we feel have broken our hearts The message that stuck with me after reading is this our past is who we are and no matter what family will always be family Pick up the phone and give sis a call Spend a long weekend with Mom and Dad Face to face Hug your parents tight Ya just never know Thanks to NetGalley and Open Road Media for approving my reuest to read an author I m so proud to call a fellow Opelousas native A DRC was sent to me in exchange for review Opinions are my own

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Download ✓ Sweet as Cane Salty as Tears ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ken Wheaton ó 8 Read & download Free download Sweet as Cane Salty as Tears G to ignore her Louisiana roots Forced home by Karen Anne’s accident she remembers everything about the bayou that she wanted to escape the heat the mosuitoes and the constant crushing embrace of family But when forced to confront the ghosts of her past she discovers that escape might never have been necessary. This review can be found on my blogThis book was a nice blend of current day life and past day Southern roots and traditions The main character Katie Lee or Katherine as she is called in her New York life finds out that her sister Karen Anne has been injured via a Facebook post by one of her co workers The story weaves on that Katie Lee left Louisiana and hasn t really looked back She is friends with family on Facebook some relatives she hasn t even met in person You can sense that she is trying so hard to leave her old life in the shadows But when Katie Lee receives word from another sister that Karen Anne has passed away she needs to return home and confront all the things she is trying so hard to forgetKatie Lee is the 4th of 5 children the youngest of which has passed away as well You spend most of the novel aware of the fact that he died but unaware of the circumstances She only stays in touch with one sister Kendra Sue and you get the sense that this isn t by choice It is Kendra Sue that alerts her of her sister s death When she returns home she re enters her family unit meeting all those relatives she has only seen on social media and is forced to confront why she left in the first placeThis book didn t make me laugh or cry but had true emotion behind each character and situation I think anyone who has siblings which I don t so I am speculating here will be able to relate to the banter the struggles and the emotions between Katie Lee and her brothersisters The secondary characters of the story her friends from New York add their own spin to the story and are her family as well Everything comes together in the last 10% of the book and you then really realize the complexity and emotion behind Katie Lee s keeping her distance from her pastI can personally relate to this story on some level and completely understand Katie Lee s desire to maintain her distance from a place that carries hurtful memories and reminds her of harder times All in all this was a well put together novel about family bonds and never forgetting your rootsRecommended For Fans of women s fiction tales set in the South Anyone with a dysfunctional family

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Download ✓ Sweet as Cane Salty as Tears ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ken Wheaton ó 8 Read & download Free download Sweet as Cane Salty as Tears Ountryside The incident makes the rounds online as News of the Weird and Katherine Fontenot is laughing along with the rest of her New York office when she notices the name of the hurt zookeeper Karen Anne Castille her sisterFifty years old lonely and in danger of being laid off Katherine has spent decades tryin. Ken Wheaton s Sweet As Cane Salty As Tears is a funny honest story of middle age and coming to terms with who you are where you came from and what your future holdsKatie Lee or Katherine Fontenot is a 50 year old Cajun girl living in New York City Everyday she fights her Louisiana roots pretending to be exasperated and annoyed by her family on Facebook but unwilling to cut them off Layoffs loom in her world and she understands that she s at an age where finding a new job is than difficultWhen her sister is trampled by a black rhino Katie Lee must return home Here memories and history start to collide and Katie Lee learns that running away didn t change anythingSweet As Cane Salty As Tears is funny and sad heart warming and heartbreaking It s a story that creates an ache for family and Cajun food And it makes you remember that no matter where you go there s no place like home and no one knows you like family

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  • Sweet as Cane Salty as Tears
  • Ken Wheaton
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  • 09 May 2018
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