Friday, April 20, 2012

The Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club By Wanda Brunstetter

I received this e-book from Barbour Publishing, Inc through NetGalley.Com for no charge in exchange for my honest review of this e-book.

Book Description:

Amish widow Emma Yoder’s first quilt class brings the most unlikely people together. There’s Star, a young woman yearning for stability; Pam and Stuart Johnston, a struggling couple at odds in their marriage; Paul Ramirez, a widower hoping to find solace in finishing a quilt; Jan Sweet, a rough and tough biker doing some creative community service; and Ruby Lee Williams, a preacher’s wife looking for relaxation when parish problems mount. But as these beginning quilters learn to transform scraps of material into beauty, their fragmented lives begin to take new shape with the helping hands of each other and the healing hand of God.

My Thoughts:

I LOVED THIS NOVEL!!!!!!! LOL Sorry but truly that is how I felt.  The Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club by Wanda Brunstetter is an AWESOME e-book.  I am a huge fan of Wanda Brunstetter's Amish novels and this one by far is my favorite. I found myself laughing out loud in places and other places surprised by where Wanda Brunstetter takes her characters.  This story is a wonderful story of Amish and Englishers who learn so much from each other. The characters in this story are a menagerie of true characters that I found myself relating to in such a way.  All the characters are from different backgrounds, different ages, and different sexes.  Wanda Brunstetter writes such a beautiful story of quilting, working together, and finding faith and strength from one another and God. This was such a fun story to read! I couldn't put it down and was a little sad when it ended.  I am not sure if Wanda Brunstetter plans on making this into a series but I hope so!  If you are a fan of Amish Fiction you will love this story.

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