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Set during the French and Indian War, Joseph's Dilemma explores the interaction between the Amish settlers in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Indians. Based on actual events, the novel traces the heart-wrenching drama of a young man caught between his Amish past, his love for a woman and an unknown future.
Joseph Hochstetler, an Amish teen is taken into captivity by Native Americans during the brutal French and Indian War. While initially he resists the attempts of the Indians to help him adapt to their way of life, Joseph slowly finds himself changing.
A story of forbidden love, Joseph finds himself caught between a blossoming romance with a young Indian woman, and the binds that time to his Amish heritage. His eyes now opened to the wrongs committed by the white settlers, Joseph vows never to return to the Amish community.
However, the encroaching British army soon forces the Indians to give up their captives under threat of death.
Number of Pages: 338
Vendor: Herald Press
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 X 0.88 (inches)|
Series: Return to Northkill