Review of Molly's Milestone

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Gladis Ratish Kumar
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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "Molly's Milestone" by Marlys Beider.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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"Molly's Milestone" by Marlys Beider is a captivating and suspenseful tale that will have readers on the edge of their seats. Centered around the affluent Miraldo family, the story follows Ursula, the daughter-in-law, who goes on the run with her twins, Miggy and Molly, while being pursued by Mateo, her father-in-law, and Marco, her husband.

The tension rises as Molly is apprehended at Miami Airport by Mateo's bodyguard. In her attempt to escape, Molly is involved in a tragic accident that leaves her with amnesia, erasing all memories of the event. Mateo and Marco then take advantage of her memory loss to manipulate her, even fabricating the deaths of her mother and brother.

The reasons behind Ursula's flight with the children, the deception about Molly's family, and the possibility of reuniting the family form the crux of the narrative. Readers are left wondering about the ultimate fate of Ursula, Miggy, and Molly, making it a compelling read that keeps you guessing until the very end.

Marlys Beider has masterfully crafted a story filled with unexpected twists and rich character development. The relationships between the characters are portrayed with depth and authenticity, particularly the bond between Ursula and Marta, as well as the supportive role played by Marisol. The author's skillful storytelling makes the events unfold naturally, as if they were happening in a real household.

Ursula's resilience and bravery serve as inspiring examples, and each character is meticulously developed, with none feeling extraneous to the plot. The pacing of the story is well-maintained, keeping the reader engrossed from start to finish.

"Molly's Milestone" is impeccably edited, free from errors, though it's worth noting the presence of adult themes and profanity, making it best suited for mature audiences. It's a testament to Beider's skill that the book earns a perfect rating of 5 out of 5 stars, with its captivating plot and engaging storytelling leaving no room for criticism. I found no fault with the book. Every aspect of the book is a testament to Beider's talent, ensuring it's a captivating read from beginning to end.

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This seems like a tough family drama with Ursula fighting for her daughters with her husband and father-in-law having a sinister agenda. I wonder if Molly will reunite with her mother and twin. Thank you for your great review!
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