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The Postcard by Beverly  Lewis
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Jan 27, 2011

it was ok
bookshelves: 2011, audio-books
Read from January 27 to February 05, 2011

I really hate to rate my most favorite aurthor in the world so low. I have read so many of her later books and enjoy them fully. This book was not written like so many of her others. It's missing the rich connection between charectors. The tale was a moving story about a young women who lost her family in tragic accident but there is more behind that one event. Her whole order of Amish people has changed with history of her great Uncle Gab Esh who defied a local witch doctor or spiritual healer by not taking on the gift and deaming it not of God. This one unheard of in his time so two orders formed the Old order and the Beechy Amish. A love story is revealed a women learns to stand on her own and speak her own mind. It was a hard read and I didn't really enjoy it. I just finished it to get to the end.
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message 2: by Kristina (last edited Feb 14, 2011 06:28AM) (new)

Kristina Even our favorite authors have an off book sometimes... I know mine does too. It certainly can be disappointing, but hopefully you'll continue to enjoy her more recent books.

Delia Gersh I have also enjoyed her other books better!! What I have enjoyed is the strong Amish storyline, which seems to be missing in this book, compared to her other books.

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