Pete is an eleven-year-old middle school girl who desperately wants to know her biological father. But no one in her family wants to talk about him. When she comes face-to-face with the man, she is surprised to learn that she is from a mixed heritage, and learns the harsh realities of racism.
She also learns firsthand about bullying so destructive that Pete begins to wonder if her life has any value at all. Her friends seem to turn away from her and she seeks solace and peace at the top of the tower near her home. Will she find the answers she longs for as she sits high above the edge of her world?
About Lynn Yvonne Moon (Virginia Beach, Virginia Author)
Lynn is the American author of the successful Agency Series. Currently there are four books in the series with the most current, In the Defendant’s Chair that shocked her readers by exploring the controversial subject of genetic tampering, has sold over a million copies worldwide. Her YA Reflection series debuted in 2015 with book two due out next year. Reflection was nominated to the 2015 Junior Literary Guild. Her children’s book, Ten Rules About Monsters, released in 2016, won the Mother’s Choice Award for most wholesome family entertainment. The newest edition to Lynn’s writing collection is The Tower. A powerful story about childhood bullying. The novel recently won a 5-Star rating from Readers’ Favorite.
Lynn was born and raised in Ventura, California where she played in the sloping tree-covered hills while watching military helicopters fly overhead. Throughout her life, she's asked the harsh questions as to the Whys and never has she been afraid to push for an answer. Lynn is a graduate from Troy State University where she earned a Masters Degree in Public Administration, and a Masters of Fine Arts from Lindenwood University. She currently works for the Commonwealth of Virginia and resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Aside from writing, Lynn is an avid reader and loves gardening, and spending time with her family and friends.