Angel Rock Leap

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In Angel Rock Leap, Sarah discovers there is a fine line between love and repulsion, friends and enemies, and sanity and lunacy. Can a person's life really be over at just nineteen? Sarah challenges this notion when her chosen career crashes and burns, leading her to realize that she has to stop being a willing victim both professionally as well as personally in order to find her road to success. Passivity ends and rebellion begins once Sarah decides to return to her hometown to face down failed relationships and gain a better understanding of the things that might be holding her back in life. She uses her newfound knowledge about herself to pull others out of similar crises, as love is rediscovered and friendship is borne out of adversity.

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Angel Rock Leap is a twisty journey through the jagged terrain of intimidation, love and choice. I couldn't put it down! -Gina Rosati, author of Auracle

A lonely college dropout, an aimless philosophically driven young man, a female school bully who never grew up, and a few other troubled characters lost in the space of rural Upstate New York, converge in Ellen Weisberg's and Ken Yoffe's vibrant tale of young people struggling to find meaning and acceptance amid the chaos of modern relationship-building. This is a novel of today, people needing people and missing the necessary inner strength to find themselves and thereby find each other. The dramatic climax makes this a worthwhile and adventurous read.-Lea Hope Becker, author & lawyer

Angel Rock Leap takes readers on a vivid, heartfelt journey inside a young woman's sincere quest for self-realization. Weisberg's and Yoffe's novel is not only touching and refreshingly honest, but also richly infused with intricate portrayals of relatable characters, leaving you wanting more. Remind yourself of life's amazing ability to surprise and guide us towards what is good and true.-Holly Park, former non-profit program director & freelance editor

As a member of the New Adult age range myself, I feel Ellen and Ken captured the tumultuousness and diversity found in our early twenties age group. I found the characters to be so real, and I lived effortlessly through each of their emotional growth-spurts. Ellen and Ken captured the delicate shift from not knowing what's up to the moment when we choose to grapple with what we don't know. -Dillon Stanger, street performer & circus entertainer

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