Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Bookreview: Beyond Molasses Creek

This review is for the Kindle edition of  Beyond Molasses Creek by Nicole Seitz. 

Sunila, Alley's daughter, who got kidnapped and is living as a slave in Nepal.
The book is split up into many sections, each section dealing with one of the main characters at a particular place and time. This makes the book at times hard to read since the story jumps between chapters.

Overall, the book is well written, the characters are developed in depth by the author and the reader certainly can sympathize with the problems that all three characters face. I found myself rooting for all three of them to overcome their problems and find happiness. The book overall is engaging, sending a Christian message without sounding like a sermon and can be enjoyed by anyone from young adults to adults.

Disclaimer: This book was made available to me free of charge through in exchange for an honest review. The opinions expressed in this review are solely my own and have not been influenced by or any other third party.

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