Friday, October 17, 2014

The Missing Book Review

I started the second book, The Missing (Seasons of Grace, Book 2) by Beverly Lewis, directly after finishing the first because it ended with so many questions and I wanted to see where the story was going...and to be totally honest, I also picked up the third book in the series.  It is a great series so make sure you have all three books before starting unless you are way more patient then me!!!

Twenty-one year old Grace Byler longs to find her missing mother and to uncover the secret that drove her to leave them three weeks before. Grace suspects the reason has to do with her father and his reserved, uncommunicative ways. After long and hard though, Grace broke off her betrothal to her quiet, staid beau because she was afraid of ending up with the same relationship as her mother and father and now she will remain single forever. But when the young Amishman she thought was courting her best friend takes a sudden interest in her, Grace is befuddled and wonders if he can be trusted.  "Englisher" Heather Nelson has come to Amish country to relive fond memories of her mother and to contemplate a grave medical prognosis of her own. While in Bird in Hand, Heather meets Grace and the two young women strike up a fast friendship, amazed by how well they click. Following the only clue they have, Grace and Heather travel together in hopes of finding Grace's mother and bringing her home. You have to pick up the book to find out what they find when they travel to Ohio in search of Grace's mother.

I know that you won't be disappointed in this book or this series.  It is a great written book with great characters that you can't wait to find out what happens next.  I often found myself lost in their problems and wanting to pick up the book to find out what happens next.  It is also hard to put down so that means that you have to make sure you are caught up on all the other things around the house that you need to do because time passes quickly while reading this book.  I hope that you pick this up if it sounds interesting to you.  It is a great story of friendship and family in the Amish community (with a little outside in the English world).  I hope that you pick this up at your local library or bookstore and check it out for yourself.

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