Gone to Pot

Gone to Pot

A Novel

Book - 2017
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A flat broke grandma puts her green thumb to good -| if not quite legal |- use in the story of Jess, who's search for a new income leads her to the world of growing pot, a journey that comes with some surprising revelations about herself, the people she comes to meet, and the people she thought she knew all along.
Publisher: Toronto, ON : Second Story Press, [2017]
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9781772600346
Branch Call Number: FIC CRAIG, JENNIFER
Characteristics: 242 pages ; 22 cm


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Oct 06, 2018

Jennifer Craig is quite a talented author as she had me, a person who is 100% convinced that the use of, production of and trade in marijuana is deplorable, rooting for the success of the protagonist's growing operation. Well written and enjoyable.

Apr 05, 2017

Jess Kemp, a sixtysomething waitress and grandmother living in Nelson B.C., decides to set up a grow-op in her home when her restaurant burns down leaving her with no means of support and meagre job prospects. What could be an improbable and even farcical situation is made believable in Jennifer Craig's capable hands. I think the author's greatest strength is character development. She vividly and empathetically portrays the people in Jess's social circle, from different generations and walks of life. The ending was satisfying too - upbeat without being Polyannaish.


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