Set against the backdrop of Colorado's historic legislation legalizing marijuana “A Life At High Altitude” is a departure from the typical sophomoric stoner/dealer/smuggler fiction so commonly found in marijuana literature. “A Life At High Altitude” is an endearing, mature, philosophical story of one woman's life journey.
Rosalie Sullivan's path is laced with sorrow, destiny, as well as, finding true peace. Rosalie was separated from her three year old son in the year 1969 by a child custody judgement that prevented her from ever making contact with the boy again. A reunion with her son Jason more than 40 years later presents Rosalie with the opportunity to finally tell her side of the story.
The heart warming end to “A Life At High Altitude” will leave the reader with good feelings about life, death and Rosalie Sullivan.