"A lemon, Jim Beam, and pretzels supreme..."
Xxxxxxx wants more out of life, but for the life of him can't figure out that "more" is. All he know is that he needs something, anything, to break him out of his cyclic lifestyle - cheap beer, loose joints, and failed attempts at writing in between shifts at the local grocery store. But when a quick-witted punk from the big city finds herself in his check line, neither of them are prepared for how much "more" both of their lives are about to become.
What starts as a chance encounter becomes two parallel, yet deeply intertwined journies about growth, grief, and what is means to move on. Riddled with dark humour, Lemon reads like a classic Beat novel with a modern, dystopian cut.