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ULR Feature: Eighty and Out by Kim Cano


Eighty and Out is a hard-hitting assessment of choices in aging, living, or dying wrapped in a novel format. As with any novel, it’s a combination of plot, characterization and dialogue that makes a piece memorable and compelling – and Eighty and Out has these elements in droves. The sisters are close, realistic and likeable, and their pact strengthens their relationship and objectives as the years pass. The series of small dramas that make up living are deftly presented, and the story becomes hard to put down. In short, the reader falls in love with the characters of Eighty and Out, making its progression and central theme all the more poignant and moving. ~ D. Donovan, Senior eBook Reviewer, Midwest Book Review 

“An emotionally-charged women’s fiction novel about the bond between sisters, friendship, and fate, Eighty and Out will have you deliberating your destiny.” ~ Bestselling author Deborah Brown


About the Author


Kim Cano is the author of three women’s fiction novels: A Widow Redefined, On The Inside, and Eighty and Out. Kim has also written a short story collection called For Animal Lovers. 10% of the sale price of that book is donated to the ASPCA® to help homeless pets. Kim lives in the Chicago suburbs with her husband and cat. Visit Kim’s website to learn more and sign up to be notified of new releases: http://www.kimcano.com