Book Review: The Road from Gap Creek

The Road From Gap Creek
By: Robert Morgan
333 pages
Genre: Literature/Fiction
Publisher: Algonquin Books
Publication Date: August 27, 2013
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I received a complimentary copy from the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

One of America’s most acclaimed writers journeys to the land on which he has staked a literary claim to paint an indelible portrait of a family in a time of unprecedented change. When Robert Morgan began the saga of the Richards family in his novel Gap Creek, the book became an Oprah Book Club Selection, attracting hundreds of thousands of readers to its beguiling story of a marriage begun with love and hope but beset by chaos at the turn of the twentieth century. Now, in a masterful work of historical fiction, he introduces a new generation of this close-knit family in a captivating story that looks ahead to the uncertainties of the future, the struggle to define oneself, and the discovery of enduring love.

My Thoughts:
A long awaited sequel to Gap Creek- I loved the first book and was excited to visit once again with the Richards' family. The sequel will not disappoint. It's profound and heartbreaking but also hopeful. A must read.


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