Molly is so enamored with Huck, she wants to run away with him. But Huck has other plans and is gone the next morning before she awakens. Thus starts a sequence of events that leads Molly into adventure after adventure; most of them not so nice.
We follow the travails of Molly Lee, starting when she is eighteen and ending when she is fifty-six. Even then Life has one more surprise in store for her.
Molly Lee is the story of a woman who knows what she wants and starts out to get it. Molly is about to set off on the quest of a lifetime . . . of two lifetimes.
I hated the first half. It was quite implausible in places (I mean really, you just happen to find an abandoned cabin in the woods with a chest of gold in it?) and every time I put it down I felt like throwing up and then watching some cartoons to counter act it. Also I'm pretty sure it's medically impossible for her not to have gotten pregnant somewhere along the way given all that was happening. The first half gets a solid 1/10.
Quite abruptly almost exactly halfway through the book the feel of it changed completely and the second half was pretty good. I loved the characters and the feel of it and it ended really well. It gets a 7/10.