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This book is well-written and flows from beginning to end. Although it is a quick read, this is not synonymous with a light read, as there is plenty of family drama and turmoil throughout. But there are also flashes of goodness and joy. As a reader, we expect to feel emotion, and this book does not disappoint.
I read the ebook version and found it well-formatted and virtually errorless. I highly recommend this to others. It may take you out of your comfort zone at times, but that is why we read. To get lost in a different world. My hats off to the author! Let's hope we hear more from her!
This was a sad situation yet in one aspect delightful as well.
It is sad that some are raised where cruelty abounds.
Some take pieces of the bible to fit their own interpretation then say it is the Lord's will.
Others try to live as the Lord truly wills.
The body of the story portrays how anger and rebellion most often result in critical situations.
Some choices have far-reaching consequences and affects more than just one's life.
The question often asked is if it was worth it in the end? This applies to different scenarios in this novel.
Whether one wants to believe or not, it still ends up that a higher power is in charge.
In all cases, this is well-written and clean enough I would let a Young Adult read it as well as adults.
I would also highly recommend this trilogy to book clubs. There are a lot of great discussion questions to be raised.
by Delores Feeken-Schmidt
There were so many surprises throughout this story, I never saw coming. What I did like about the book was how much of the story I could relate to. We all know a relative, friend or friend of a friend, etc, who the reader could relate to, and sometimes I felt I was reading a biography. The book was fluid in storyline and characters. I cried and laughed, got mad and sad. Loved this book!!
Wow, this is a great book. Very well written fast reading but an absolutely incredible, unbelievable (but yet very believable) story. The reviews and synopsis refer to "one mistake". HOwever, in actuality was it a mistake or fate?
At first I thought this was a "Christian" book because of the title and reference to parts of the Bible. But not so. This is a very graphic, in the gut story. Good job to the author and I look forward to her future works. I hope more people read this book.
This is a great read, with memorable lines throughout, the kind you savor for the wisdom of expression.
Of course, I'll read any work of Barlean's I can find and ask for more.