Gone South By: Meg Moseley

                                                                                                          5/28/2013 Review
                                                            GONE SOUTH
                                                                Meg Moseley
Hang on as you head South— grab a coat it might get stormy or it might be as calm as the crystal blue sea as you travel through the pages of Gone South.
What every you run into as you read through the pages, I am sure this is going to be a book you’ll want to buy and read. It is a page turner.
The author laces the stories of southern men and women , a Yankee woman and a girl that roams all over,does she have a home, if so where is she from, who is she, will you ever find out? How do their lives come together?
From Michigan to the shores of Florida to the hills of Alabama where will they end up? Will we end up going to parts unknown and back again. This book has a lot of twist and turns to keep you turning the pages to find out what is next on their adventure.
You’ll visit a antique shop that is ran by a nice Rebel  man name George and his uncle. Then there’s the Yankee lady from Michigan that seems to have a house that seems to be drawing her to Alabama.Tish who buys her great -great -great grandparents home from the Civil War era. Will she find the happiness she has so longed for and dreamed of. Can she forget the past so she can find happiness?  Why is this town so against a family and carries that grudge on to the next generations and what about the girl from Florida. Who is she, where is she from and why does she want to come to Alabama?
 What kind of people live in Alabama any way? I thought that the South was known for their hospitality, doesn’t seem like it is that way in Noble,Alabama, they seem rude and so very unfriendly but why? Don’t they like Yankee’s?
Will God intervene and help all the tears, the many hurts and the anger that is around every corner they turn . Will these people find the faith to give God their problems and  find their proper places in this Southern town. Where is the Southern hospitality that we hear about the south?
I try to figure out how a story will end– I was no where close to how this book ended usually I am  at least close not this time. Maybe you will do better at figuring out before you get to the end,how it ends.
I give this book a 4 1/2 it is a page turner.
I received this book free from Waterbrook for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review just an honest one. The opinions I express are my own and no one else’s.
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