not only brought this series to an end, it proved a stern point: Amish fiction is far from boring and Beverly Lewis depicted a wonderful story . . . The narrator of this audiobook series, Marguerite Gavin, is wonderful. Gavin uses a very believable Amish dialect when she speaks the phrases of the characters and also has a very captivating voice. I'm thankful that Blackstone Audio used the same narrator throughout the series, it makes the story flow better from book to book . . . Overall, the 'Heritage of Lancaster County' series is wonderful and captivating. I truly enjoyed all three books, especially The Reckoning
because it tied together every loose end.'' --Audiobookfans.com
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From the Back Cover
The Powerful Conclusion to
The Shunning and The Confession!
Shunned from the Plain life of her youth, Katie Lapp (now known as Katherine) delights in the modern world, yet she longs for the peace that reigned in her mother's heart. Though her life is far removed from Lancaster County, she must come to terms with her Amish heritage...and the man she once loved.