Lee Fitts Book Review from @kleffnotes

After a devastating accident, Lee Fitts and his family’s life changes forever. In Rich Garon’s uplifting novel, Lee Fitts, the journey of one man’s life is examined along with the people around him. When he finally has a chance to accept and forgive the person who altered is world, Lee is able to embrace a new way of life.

When a school bus driver makes a terrible decision while driving students to school, Lee Fitts finds himself stalled in his life as well as one of the survivors of a terrible tragedy. His family couldn’t cope with this change and his mother leaves him and his father to cope with everything on their own. Lee gets older and tries his best to find jobs and help his father with the household, but his father has never been able to forgive what happened to his son. Tragedy continues to happen within the Fitts household and while his life might not be what everyone hoped it would be Lee is starting to find his way. With the help of those around him, he is finally able to follow a dream he always had.

Lee Fitts is a book that while mired in tragedy is still full of hope. Lee never lets what is happening around him truly get him down and when he grows closer to the sister of one of the victims of the bus tragedy he sees a future he had never imagined. Garon works to show that no matter how much adversity you might face that you can make your way through it and find a life that you never imagined. This is the perfect read for those who are looking for a way to bring a bit of a positive to their day. Lee Fitts is on sale now.

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