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Amish stories are very uplifting for me. These stories, although fiction, are carefully researched by the authors and based on truths. What I like most about these books is after difficult times in their lives, there's always a happy ending. Sure helps me.
Apr 26, 2012
Another Great Book By Beverly Lewis
I enjoy Beverly Lewis books because they are clean and they draw people closer to Christ. Her characters teach us through their experiences.
Dec 31, 2009
Season's of GraceThe Secret
Hmm, Beverly Lewis, a fantastic writer. Season of Grace The Secret, catches your interest right a way. It keeps you interested to the end. I have the sequel to it and is compelling to want to read,.
Aug 27, 2009
A Really Good Read
The Secret is another great book by Beverly Lewis. No parent or adult will have to worry about their children reading this book due to inappropriate lanquage or pictures, there are none. At this time I have almost all of Beverly Lewis's books and most of them I have boughten from this site. Both her books and this site are wonderful. Having many Amish families living in our area I also find the discription of these wonderful people true.
Publishers Weekly, 2009-02-09 Popular novelist and Amish specialist Lewis (The Brethren) launches a new series with this volume. Two young women, Amish Grace Byler and graduate student Heather Nelson, stand as counterpoints in parallel plots involving two secrets. Grace's mother is troubled; Heather, whose mother has died of cancer, tells no one in her circle of her own diagnosis of terminal illness, which drives her to Pennsylvania Amish country in search of healing. Grace's mother makes a decision that painfully complicates the action and drives it forward. Grace, her family and friends and the Amish milieu are drawn with characteristically ample detail, right down to jars of preserves set out on the tables at many bountiful Amish meals. Lots of powerful emotions go characteristically unspoken in this reticent culture, though the reader won't miss them. By comparison, the emotional high-stakes Heather plot is less detailed and consequently less engrossing. Lewis lays out-and knots-many plot threads to pursue and resolve in subsequent installments in the series, ensuring readers' return. (Mar.) Copyright 2009 Reed Business Information.
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