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The Telling

by Beverly Lewis

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Struggling to come to terms with a grave medical diagnosis, Heather Nelson is determined to forgo traditional medicine--to her father's chagrin--in hopes of finding answers and healing in Amish country. But first, she offers to drive her Amish friend, Grace Byler, to Ohio in order to find Grace's mother. Will mother and daughter, and one seriously ill graduate student, find the answers they long for? Or will "the telling" cause them all further pain?… (more)
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Grace Byler leaves her beloved family in quest of her long-lost child. Set in Pennsylvania & Ohio Amish country.

Seasons of Grace Series Book III
  Indiancreek | Dec 14, 2017 |
Grace Byler leaves searching for her mother. But what if Lettie refuses to be found. Will mother and daughter find answers?
  SABC | Apr 10, 2016 |
This was a pleasant with the usual trial and tribulations used to tug at one's heartstrings. This is the typical tale of a woman acting outside of the Amish teaching and the path back to the flock. Predictable twists and turns until the very end. ( )
  bemislibrary | Jan 5, 2016 |
The further adventures of Lettie, Grace, and Heather continue in this third book of the "Seasons of Grace" series. I mostly listened to this book in two afternoons one weekend, but I didn't care that much for the reader's voice. However, that's not what we're reviewing. Occasionally the author repeats herself when needing to explain something to a character that hasn't heard something before, and other times she doesn't. I think she could have made these three books into one big one or a couple of middle sized books. I figured out that Heather would be Lettie's daughter from book one. ( )
1 vote eliorajoy | Dec 12, 2010 |
amish ( )
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Struggling to come to terms with a grave medical diagnosis, Heather Nelson is determined to forgo traditional medicine--to her father's chagrin--in hopes of finding answers and healing in Amish country. But first, she offers to drive her Amish friend, Grace Byler, to Ohio in order to find Grace's mother. Will mother and daughter, and one seriously ill graduate student, find the answers they long for? Or will "the telling" cause them all further pain?

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Bethany House

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Editions: 0764205730, 0764207709, 0764207717

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