This book was enjoyable and easy to read.
I'm not Amish, or even religious, but I would be very upset if my daughter ran off with a morbidly obese, crippled man twice her age who had been divorced three times.
It's difficult to not come to the conclusion after reading this book that the author is a confused, naive and, unfortunately, also very insincere.
Good book highly recommend it. Very insightful of the Amish way of life. Makes you think about th we simple things in life.Published 2 months ago by M naylor
Very repetitive. Nothing new or significant to add to other stories of the same type.
Girl doesn't accept life, girl leaves life, girl lives life and misses parts of the... Read more
Very repetitive. I fast forward the last half of the book. I wish her well. Keep helping others in your circumstancesPublished 4 months ago by Elaine W. Epstein
The author does a brilliant job at creating a fascinating story that will keep the reader riveted to the book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by dorcas haddock
Interesting story, but really becomes the story of an unhappy parental unit and a daughter who left to pursue her own life choices. Average writing.Published 4 months ago by R Means
I bought this on sale on Kindle, and found it disappointing. The author wasn't interesting enough to me as a person.Published 4 months ago by Chana Siegel
I have read extensively about the Amish. This book was different than any other information I have acquired over the years. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ellen Simpson
It is a wonderful and touching book. It caused me to think about all the ways people shut themselves from others.Published 6 months ago by Denise A. Becker
Interesting how different religions view the grace of God. This book seems to be honest, well written and straight forward.Published 6 months ago by Sue Paulson