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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
Series: Sommerfeld Trilogy
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Beth, who was reared in a secular but morally-instructive home, feels trapped during her time in Sommerfield, and soon adopts a get the goods and get out mindset. Encouraged by the unfriendly greetings of family and friends from her mother's past, Beth begins to resent Sommerfield a resentment which soon pits her against Marie in a sizable mother-daughter conflict. Marie is forced to confront the people she left when she rode Beth's father's pickup truck out of town during her adolescence. While Marie's family and friends in Sommerfield feel that she abandoned them personally by choosing to live outside her faith community, Marie was subsequently made unwelcome by her own father, and feels that the lack of her friends and family's reaching out to her after her departure is inhospitable at best. As the tensions of Bygones grow, mother, daughter, and the residents of Sommerfield are all forced to re-examine their faith and clarify their motives.
Sawyer has started a trilogy with Bygones that is strongly grounded in godly living, full of dynamic characters, and is a great example of realistic characters dealing with plausible hurdles in a believable way. Add to this the fact that Sawyer's characters are unique, easy to relate to, and caught up in compelling conflicts, and any reader of faith-based fiction with threads of intrigue and romance is sure to enjoy Bygones. Meg D. R. Tepfer, Christian Book Previews.com
Sandy5 Stars Out Of 5BygonesMay 4, 2015SandyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Wonderful book. I loved the way they all pulled together to make the family whole again.