Sisters of the Quilt: The Complete TrilogyCindy Woodsmall
Can Hannah find refuge, redemption, and a fresh beginning after her world is shattered? "When the Heart Cries"Her life among her Amish community brutally interrupted, seventeen-year-old Hannah Lapp faces questions neither family, nor fiancé, nor even faith can ea... Read More
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"When the Heart Cries"
Her life among her Amish community brutally interrupted, seventeen-year-old Hannah Lapp faces questions neither family, nor fiancé, nor even faith can easily answer. The first book in the Sisters of the Quilt series, "When the Heart Cries "will ignite in readers a broader understanding of others’ beliefs and a strength to deal with pain in their own lives.
"When the Morning Comes"
Rejected by those she loves, Hannah Lapp leaves her Amish community and seeks refuge in the world outside, leaving her family and friends to wrestle with the painful truths that emerge in the wake of her disappearance. As she struggles to find her place in the confusing "Englischer "world," " her family and friends deal with the turbulent aftermath of her departure.
"When the Soul Mends"
Hoping to help her sister, Hannah Lapp reluctantly returns to the Old Order Amish community she fled in disgrace over two years earlier. When hidden truths are revealed about her former fiancé, she must choose whether to return to the Plain life or to the "Englischer" man who adores her in this conclusion to the Sisters of the Quilt series.
This three-in-one collection includes the entirety of the best-selling Sisters of the Quilt trilogy now at a new low price
- Product type: Book
- Format: Book
- Release Date: Nov 2, 2010
- UPC: 9780307729958
- Height: 1.8
- Width: 5.4
- Length: 8.2
- Volumes/Discs: 0
- Pages: 0
- Language: English
- Audience Age Maximum: 0
- Audience Age Minimum: 0
- BISAC: "FIC042000"
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- Not a fan by Laura @ Life is Beautiful on 8/27/2012
I just couldn't get into this one. Normally I'm a fan of Amish fiction. I love their simple lifestyles, and the descriptions of the beautiful scenery as well as their home-making activities of canning, baking, and such. This book was a trilogy of three books, chronicling the journey of Hannah Lapp, an Amish teenager, after an unexpected pregnancy, shunning, and leaving the Amish faith. I'm not one to sugar-coat life or ignore the traumatic realities that occur so often in a broken world...but neither do I care to read about them in a fiction book, Christian or otherwise. I realize it can be a beautiful thing to read about the redemption of suffering in fiction, but this one just had too much of a negative slant to draw me in. The heavy topics of rape, an unexpected pregnancy, and the negative responses from the Amish community really turned me off from this book. Truthfully, I didn't even finish it. Sadly, I don't recommend this one.