When Mountains Move: A Novel, by Julie Cantrell Review

Hello again, everyone. Tonight I’m reviewing the new book by Julie Cantrell, When Mountains Move: A Novel.

From Publishers Weekly

Julie Cantrell’s When Mountains Move is a novel about risk-taking, struggle, and personal renewal. If you loved Ms. Cantrell’s debut novel, Into the Free, you will treasure this as well.
The book, set in 1943, where your heroine Millie Reynolds becomes the wife of veterinarian Bump Anderson and the two head from Mississippi to the Front Range of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains to start up a ranch. Millie carries the secret of the Into the Free, even as it seeps into her newly married life. Millie’s grandmother Oka, will join the couple, and Fortner, the man whose family owned the land that Millie and Bump now occupy. The narration of her follow-up is less lyrical but more plot-driven. Overall, Millie’s voice remains the center of the narrative, which will draw in readers.
Overall a great summer read. To find out more about this book, click here.
Please note, this Bible was a provided review copy from BookLookBloggers; all opinions are my own. I was not compensated for this review. Thank you.

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