Monday, November 30, 2015
I adore Amish fiction, I love the simplicity and quiet faith shown in the novels, and I've found Suzanne Woods Fisher to be among the top authors of the genre! As always, Fisher's book is full of twists and turns, faith and strength, failure and redemption; the characters in her novel come to life amidst lively descriptions and depth of personality.
With the Imposter we're following Katrina's story, about her loss of what she thought was her love, to the surprises and consequences of walking in sin. In the midst of her trials Katrina takes on a job to help a nearby widow, and in that discovers both her calling and and deep love for both the land and the people that dwell on it. While she is already facing the consequences for her own choices, Katrina also sees the struggles of those around her who all seem to be fighting to find their place in the world. We see many lessons withing Suzanne Woods Fisher's book, of humility, hope, and redemption. I loved every minute of the story and was very disappointed when I finished the book!!
I highly recommend it, its and amazing read and while fiction, its jam packed with lessons for the reader as well!
Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.