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Highly recommended! I felt a real connection with the characters, and the story was told from perspectives unique enough to keep me engaged to the point where I couldn't put the book down.

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Review: May the Road Rise Up to Meet You

User Review  - Tara Carpenter - Goodreads

The Civil War period is something I have stayed away from before - it just makes me sad. Slavery & fighting within our country are not exactly uplifting. I usually stick to WWI but this book may have ... Read full review

Review: May the Road Rise Up to Meet You

User Review  - Jen - Goodreads

Let me begin with stating I am drawn to historical fiction... I never liked history the way it was taught in school but present to me a story with historical facts, I am drawn in and my horizons ... Read full review

Review: May the Road Rise Up to Meet You

User Review  - Anne Twiss - Goodreads

This is an outstanding historical novel, told in the voices of slaves, Irish immigrants, and a Spanish abolitionist. It's a love story and a war story. The writing is poetically beautiful. Mr. Troy has a winner here, and I look forward to his next book. Read full review

Review: May the Road Rise Up to Meet You

User Review  - Meg Carl - Goodreads

I loved this book. It was beautifully written and historically researched. But, best of all was the privilege of walking with four unforgettable characters as they journey through 20 years of their ... Read full review

Review: May the Road Rise Up to Meet You

User Review  - Beth Kiesel - Goodreads

This was a thoroughly engaging, epic saga spanning a single generation of four people whose lives parallel each other in some ways, and eventually come together in a satisfying ending. I loved the way ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rosemary - Goodreads

Peter Troy opens his novel with an evocative image: a child, watching a woman embroidering cloth, only sees the tangle of threads from the underside. It is not until she can see the threads stitched ... Read full review

Review: May the Road Rise Up to Meet You

User Review  - Margie Nash - Goodreads

This book is told from four different people and perspectives during the Civil War years. Mary and Micah are slaves; Marcella is a feisty young woman from an elite family, and Ethan is a young Irish ... Read full review

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User Review  - Cherie - Goodreads

Wonderful says it all for me too. Read full review


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