Book Review: The Peach Keeper by Sarah Addison Allen
Welcome to Walls of Water, North Carolina
From the second paragraph of this book, i was hooked.
This is a story about a small town, lifelong friendships and the secrets that both of these can help keep and expose.
As Paxton Osgood is bringing new life back to a centuries old home the secrets of those who lived there are unable to remain secret.
Family history uncovers enlightening and at times troublesome information, that will forge new friendships and open the way for major changes in the lives of Paxton and Willa Jackson.
i was quickly dragged into Walls of Water and didn’t want to leave when i turned the last page.
The mysteries were solved, but i was left wanting to know more about the people and the town. It made me question what it means when i make my coffee every morning since i rarely take it the same way twice in a row and why the birds sometimes gather in my backyard. i will always think of this story and especially Grandma Georgie when i eat a peach. I hope you will love the town and its people as much as I did
i will definitely be picking up some more of Sarah’s books soon
you can find out more about Sarah and her books at her website: http://www.sarahaddisonallen.com/the_peach_keeper.htmlTags: book review, Coffee, family, lifelong friendships, North Carolina, Paxton Osgood, peaches, Sarah Addison Allen, The Peach Keeper