Ride the rollercoaster of Shiloh Jacobs's life as her dreams derail, sending her on a downward spiral from the heights of an AP job in Tokyo to penniless in rural Virginia. Trapped in a world so foreign to her sensibilities and surrounded by a quirky group of friends, will she break through her hardened prejudices before she loses those who want to help her? Can she find the key to what changed her estranged mother's life so powerfully before her death that she became a different woman-and can it help Shiloh too?
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Customer Reviews for Southern Fried Sushi: A Novel - eBook
Review 1 for Southern Fried Sushi: A Novel - eBook
Date:May 16, 2013
Easy to read story. Good use of dialogue to reflect cultural and linguistic peculiarities. As a ebook, it was difficult to read because words rantogether about once per page. That makes it difficult toconcentrate on the story line. Youknowwhat I mean? Is this a problem from the publisher?
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Review 2 for Southern Fried Sushi: A Novel - eBook
Date:May 8, 2013
Really enjoyed reading this book. Simple story line but good solid characters. A good read for all age groups. Eager to read the other books in the series.