By Ellen Airgood
A debut novel choked with middle, during which love, friendship, and charity educate a tender girl to stay an even bigger life.
When Madeline Stone walks clear of Chicago and strikes miles north to the coast of Lake stronger, in Michigan's higher Peninsula, she isn't ready for the way a lot her existence will change.
Charged with taking care of an getting older kin good friend, Madeline reveals herself in the midst of attractive nowhere with Gladys and Arbutus, octogenarian sisters-one sharp and obdurate, the opposite sweeter than sunshine. As Madeline starts to adventure the methods of the small, tight-knit city, she is drawn into the lives and dramas of its citizens. It's a spot the place occasions are tricky and accounts run deep, yet friendship, group, and compassion run deeper. because the tale hurtles along—featuring a misplaced baby, a dashed love, a motor vehicle coincidence, a marriage, a hearth, and a romantic reunion—Gladys, Arbutus, and the remainder of the city educate Madeline extra approximately lifestyles, love, and goodwill than she's discovered in a lifetime.
A heartwarming novel, South of Superior explores the deep present in taking good care of others, and indicates how person who is bad in pocket will be wealthy in such a lot of alternative ways, and the way little it frequently takes to make anyone satisfied.
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