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Monday, May 14, 2018

Book Review: The Road Home/ Beverly Lewis

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Bethany House Publishing Group

Pages: 313
Publisher: Bethany House

I became acquainted with Beverly Lewis’ writings when I worked as a library assistant. I always enjoyed reading her work and tried to anticipate what would happen next in each of her tales.

The Road Home did not disappoint me. From first meeting Lena Rose Schwartz and her siblings, Beverly Lewis engulfed me into the story.

Lena and her siblings had a tragedy befall them that caused the ten of them a lot of grief. Lena had to leave them, hoping to return to them in a short while.

Beverly Lewis allows Lena to grow during her time in a strange place. The other people in the story give Lena the space to grow through helping some of the ‘aged’ people in the community to which she was sent.

This is a book that I could not put down for very long. I had to see how Lena Rose would do in various roles in which she found herself. She missed her family and her home community terribly. However, she was able to touch lives in her ‘new’ community.

I would recommend this author and her books to anyone who likes to read Christian fiction, Amish stories, or stories that have romance in them.

I was given a free copy of this book, The Road Home, by Bethany House Publishers. All they asked me to do was to give an honest review.


   

3 comments:

  1. I am almost ashamed to admit that I have never read a book by Beverly Lewis, and they are so popular! Well, maybe your review will help :)

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    1. I started reading her books when I worked the circulation desk at a small library. She draws her readers into the story very quickly. When I read one of her books, I can't lay it down for very long.

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