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Booksneeze Review: Beyond Molasses Creek

As a flight attendant, Ally Green has searched the world for a place she belongs. The story begins with her coming back home to Molasses Creek and gently unravelling her history in order to continue on.

I wasn't sure what to expect with this book, but it surpassed all my expectation. Seitz' attention to detail and ability to draw readers into different times and places is amazing. I felt very close to the characters and travelled along with them in their lives. It was really hard to put this book down! While much of the book is focused on Ally, two other characters' voices are heard. I found it interesting in how Seitz offers unique voices for each of her characters, and she really is an artist. It's like reading 3 different diaries and getting to know everyone extremely personally.

I really, really enjoyed this book and highly recommend it for anyone looking for a good, deep story to get lost in during the winter months!

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