Memories Left Behind is an honest, thought-provoking and well-crafted narrative about mid-lifers, women and men, who despite challenging circumstances, persevere and alter the outcome of their lives.
During this story, four members of the Lakeland High graduates of '89 receive invitations to attend a thirtieth-class reunion. The event will present them an opportunity to reconnect with their closest friends from the past.
This is a story of how two women never decoupled, and how they persevered through gut-wrenching adversity in their adult lives.
It's also a story of how two men found a way to restore their friendship after three decades of self-imposed separation.
The main characters in this story are relatable for readers, and it's easy to feel empathetic and deeply connected to their touching stories. Intriguing supporting actors play a critical role in the novel. Each one lends credence to the plot line and a full measure of poignant human drama.
Memories Left Behind is an absorbing deep-dive into the challenges facing middle-age women and men, those confronting the stress of sustaining relationships, balancing life and work, and the pursuit of contentment in the unrecognizable landscape of our frenzied culture. This book is an honest and thought-provoking narrative about mid-lifers, who despite challenging circumstances, persevere and alter the outcome of their lives.