Monday, September 3, 2012

The Fiddler, by Beverly Lewis

I was excited to see another Beverly Lewis book available for review. I have been a follower of her books for about 10 years, and this book was no disappointment. I have grown to love the simple life of the Amish, and Beverly Lewis writes about it in such a wonderful way.

When Amy DeVries is tired of all the practices, touring, and concerts, she sets out on an unknown path through the Pennsylvania mountains. Through a series of events, she has a car breakdown and inevitably ends up at the cabin of a young Amish man, after searching for help in an area where there is no cell phone reception. Finding this Amish community may be just the solitude she is seeking. 

This is a book that I had a hard time putting down, as is often the case with Amish novels.  It is definitely a good read for that rainy afternoon, or for one just needing a quiet afternoon away from the stresses of life.

*I received this book for free from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for a review. I am not required to write a positive review.*

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