First, my apologies on taking so long to post this review. Ardent Book Lover sent it to me a couple of months ago, but I haven’t had a spare moment to post until now. So sorry for the delay.
The Preacher’s Daughter by Beverly Lewis
Review by Ardent Book Lover
Have you ever wanted to experience life as it was a few hundred years ago? Then Beverly Lewis is the perfect author for you! “The Preacher’s Daughter” tells the story of Annie Zook, a young Amish woman who struggles against her Order’s harsh rules against any form of art, and her father’s insistence that she join the church as a baptized member.” Will Annie hold true to her people’s way of
life, or will the call of the world be too strong for her?
I happened on this book entirely by chance. I was browsing the library website one day, and I saw this e-book on display. I checked it out, hoping to find a decent book at the very least. I stayed awake till midnight in order to find out how the book ended! When I reached the end of the book, I found to my dismay that the author had left the ending incomplete! I quickly searched the rest of the website, and to my surprise, not only had Beverly Lewis written two other books in that series, but she had also written at least three or four other series, as well as many other single books, all focused on the Amish lifestyle in Pennsylvania. Being a big fan of anything old-fashioned, I immediately fell in love with the simplicity and novelty of the plain way of life led by the Amish in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the twenty-first century. History enthusiasts in their late teens will love this entire selection.