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The Ebb Tide- book review

Beverly Lewis has done it again with The Ebb Tide! With her comfortable, easy and enjoyable writing style, Mrs. Lewis takes us far from the daily routines of Lancaster, PA so that Sallie Riehl can experience the world as she has always wanted. A young Amish girl preparing for her baptism, Sallie has the chance to nanny Read More

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Amish Fiction review- The Wish

Anyone who reads Amish fiction knows the work of Beverly Lewis.  As the ultimate Amish fiction author, Mrs. Lewis continues to engage and inspire her readers in her latest novel, The Wish.  As the main characters Leona Speicher and Gloria Gingerich develop their “sisterhood”, we are shocked as the twists and turns of church issues and broken Read More

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Christian Book Review- Mattie’s Pledge

Have you ever wondered how the Amish migrated from east to west in our country?  Most of the Amish books I have read over the years keep their characters within safe and local surroundings.  In Mattie’s Pledge, by Jan Drexler, the reader is taken into a pioneering journey with Mattie and the rest of the Schrock Read More

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Amish Book Review- Fraying At The Edge

  What is to become of an old-order Amish girl when she discovers she was actually born Englisch? And was switched at birth? This Amish book review of Fraying at the Edge, by Cindy Woodsmall, links you to this world of struggles and growth.  Follow Ariana, Skylar and the Brenneman family through their trials, betrayals Read More

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Amish Book Review- Courtship Basket

Amish books have been my favorite form of fiction for many years now, and Amy Clipston has been one of the authors I look for.  In her latest novel, The Courtship Basket, the notion of love at first sight comes to life.  As Rachel and Mike work together for the good of his brothers education Read More

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Amish Book Review- Ties that Bind

This first in the new The Amish of Summer Grove series by Cindy Woodsmall is sure to be the start of something big. Ties That Bind takes young Ariana through a series of challenges that are new and different to Amish fiction.  By using in depth character development, the reader is able to follow Ariana Read More