My Mother and I have read every Amish book you have written. We watch the mail box for each one of The Discovery Series. I will give it to my Mother and tell her she had to read it real fast so I could read it. We couldn't put them down. As always an excellent work of writing. Thank you so much. Keep writing the Amish stories. We live in Southern Indiana and I have several Amish friends myself. They are wonderful people.
Thanks again for all the wonderful stories we have read through all your writings. Looking forward to the next!!!
I remember my first visit to Lancaster County as a little girl and being fascinated by the horse drawn black buggies. As a fan of Little House on the Prairie, it seemed like a place lost in time. Amish books have grown in popularity and I have enjoyed many of Wanda Brunstetter's books, many of them being series books. These novellas were especially unique in that they were very short books that end with a cliff hanger that leads right into the next book. Originally published 6 months apart, I enjoyed being able to read them as one complete novel back to back. I expect that they will probably be released as one complete novel in the future. None of these books work as a stand alone.
A Revelation in Autumn opens with the emergency birth of Meredith's son, Levi Luke. This is my favorite book as not only does it start with an exciting delivery, it also focuses a lot on the return of Luke's memory. It even has a near accidental meeting between Luke and Meredith. It is the fastest paced of the books and solidifies the plot for the final novella as Meredith agrees to court Jonah even though she has her own doubts and faces opposition from Luke's mother.
I read the first book and i couldnt put it down read the whole book in about 2 hrs.Miriam and Luke have there problem like every other else dose but when he went away to learn a trade and got attact by that transit (bum)that was so sad and that was the end of the book'I wanted more thank for a wonderful book I have got the change to read the other 4 books in the series
As with all Wanda's books, I found myself hanging on each word. I feel myself living in the Amish world. Reading this book I found myself crying when Meredith was missing Luke and hurting for Luke because he just can't remember who he is. Then at the end Luke finally remembers his wife's nickname. Sitting on pins and needles for the next book.