Tish McComb knows what it means to have loved and lost. Now she is making a major life-changing decision that will take her from the northern United States to the deep South of Alabama, and her geographical journey is not the only one she is about to take. Tish loves history and collecting items from the past that she feels draw her closer to those who lived before her. But now she faces her present and future and has to decide which parts of her own history she will allow to influence the potentially full life she can have in the little town of Noble, Alabama.
I loved reading this book! All of the characters were full and interesting. What I loved the most was how relationships both sound and broken were represented, and how the author Meg Moseley wove pain, heartache, loss and distrust between people with the overarching themes of grace, redemption, forgiveness and perseverance. The setting is fun, with a northern woman being in a small Southern town. This is a Christian fictional novel that is unique in all the good ways!
I would give "Gone South" by Meg Moseley a definite 5/5 stars!
Thank you to Waterbrook Multnomah's Blogging for Books program for a complimentary copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review. Please note my reviews are entirely my own.