April 19, 2013
A SEASON FOR TENDING by Cindy Woodsmall
A SEASON FOR TENDING
by Cindy Woodsmall
OVERVIEW: (from Amazon)
The author wrote a wonderful story with characters that leave you feeling like you are walking beside them every step of the way. Rhoda Byler has an uncanny way of sensing when something is awry or something bad is about to happen. A lot of people wouldn't consider this a blessing. She is the one that has a touch for growing berries and herbs. Some of the townspeople find her very odd and try to stay away from her. Then there is Samuel King, works hard, has a stubborn streak and rather curt when he speaks. Samuel has an apple orchard that he is struggling to keep going. Leah is so young and innocent, she has a bad habit of making wrong choices.
When you are reading this book you just fall in love with the characters and their situations. You just want all books to be like this. You will not be able to put this book down. You'll just want to turn the pages faster and faster. So grab a copy of this book and take a walk around King's Apple Orchard or help Leah make a decision. This is a book that deserves your undivided attention. I would recommend this book to anyone. It's a wonderfully written book where you can lose your cares and problems for a little while. We all need that occasionally. Cindy Woodsmall has done it again. High Five to you Ms. Woodsmall.
I give this book 5 STARS.
This complimentary book was provided by WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this unbiased review.
Cindy Woodsmall is a New York Times best-selling author who has written six novels, three novellas, and Plain Wisdom, a work of nonfiction coauthored with her dearest Old Order Amish friend, Miriam Flaud. She’s been featured on ABC Nightline and the front page of the Wall Street Journal, and has worked with National Geographic on a documentary concerning Amish life.
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