Author’s new book ‘From the Flood’ receives warm literary reception
Readers’ Favorite announces the review of the book Non-Fiction – Memoir “From the Flood” by Suzanne Jones, currently available at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1734083522.
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Suzanne Jones was six years old when Tropical Storm Agnes swept across the east coast and transformed into an extratropical cyclone, dropping nineteen inches of rain on the Susquehanna River Valley in northern Pennsylvania in less than a year. daytime. Rivers and streams overflowed their banks to their highest recorded levels. Suzanne and her family were forced to evacuate their home and retreat to higher ground. The flood destroyed all of their material possessions and the home they loved, and they found themselves starting over. From the Flood recounts the many ways the loss impacted their lives and forced them all to adapt and change. It’s both a coming-of-age story and the story of a family’s struggle to survive and thrive after a natural disaster.
From the Flood by Suzanne Jones is the harrowing account of her experiences during the Great Flood of 1972, when the Susquehanna River breached its levees, unleashing vast destruction. Jones tells the story from the perspective of a child watching terrible things unfold. She talks about her relationships with her parents, siblings and friends and how the flood affected them all and impacted their lives years after the waters dried up. She writes in a poignant and candid voice and includes many fascinating details about growing up in the 70s. Jones offers a different take on a natural disaster, channeling children’s innocence and resilience to tell a story not only of tragedy and loss, but also of hope and new beginnings.
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