As usual with all of Wanda's books this book was also awesome.. I have read all of her books and can't wait til the next one is ready.. I feel like i'm living the characters with her books, they are that real feeling... very highly recommend all her books for your readers...
As with all of Wanda's books, this one was just as vivid as the rest. I always see myself in the womens' shoes and I can feel as they do and would. In Goodbye to Yesterday, Meredith is having to make a choice of telling her husband Luke about possibly being pregnant when he already has so much on his shoulders. Wanda's books always teach me a new lesson on being a better mother and wife.
I was so excited to see a new book and I took it home and that night read more than half the book. I love Wanda's books I read them then we share them at work so the book gets read a lot. So now I am waiting for the next book in the series to see what happens next.
This is book 1 of 6 books in the series, it is a very small and short book. Luke and Meredith are Amish living in Lancaster County, PA. When Luke loses his job, he makes the decision to take on a new opportunity and make a quick trip to Middlebury for job training. Luke leaves Meredith on the farm by herself to take care of things while he is gone. While he is gone Meredith finds out she is expecting there first child and has to make the decision when is the perfect time to tell Luke. The book ends as Luke is traveling and he is mugged during a bus stop, and the book leaves us hanging as to what happens.
I did enjoy this book, however, I don't like the part of it being a very small book and only 121 pages. I would prefer the whole story in one novel. I don't think I would spend the money to purchase all 6 books. The price would be to costly as to purchasing one book.
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"Goodbye to Yesterday" is the first book in six in the Lancaster County Saga written by Wanda E. Brunstetter. This is my first Brunstetter novel, though she is quite famous in the Amish Fiction world. "Goodbye" is really a novella; easily read in less than a day. It is the story of a couple of newly weds, Luke and Meredith, who have already fallen on hard times. Luke has been laid off for six months and anxiety of it all is starting to wear on the both of them. Luke gets an opportunity to travel to Indiana to learn a new trade and along the way is attacked by a drug addict. It ends quite abruptly, yet leaves you wanting more. Quite the cliffhanger, really.
This is a good start on a series. I wish it was longer. I would recommend it to Amish Fiction lovers and fiction readers alike.