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Extremely good analyzing and writing. Sarah rate could be very informed of Amish tradition and writes a superb ebook. The buggy journey that turned into so concerned in the story on so many unique ranges but Kate,in silence, shouldered a lot of the pain. A tear breaker on the cease however in an awesome way.

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Quiet and soft-spoken, Kate Zook is the responsible eldest daughter in an Amish own family and prides herself on pleasing her position. Then, one fateful snowy night time, she uncharacteristically speaks her mind—and unwittingly performs a part in a terrible coincidence.

Wracked by way of guilt over her role within the tragedy that left her brother David injured, Kate devotes herself to his care, going thus far as to tackle his chores in the fields. nevertheless, her brother’s resentment in the direction of her grows, and David torments Kate, making her more and more remoted lifestyles even extra hard.

An Amish Buggy Ride Information

  • File Size: 3051 KB ( Download PDF : Free Download PDF - An Amish Buggy Ride )


  • Print Length: 233 pages

  • Author : Sarah Price

  • Publication Date: November 4, 2014

  • Publisher: Waterfall Press (November 4, 2014)

  • Language: English

About the Author

author-books-an-amish-buggy-rideThe author of more than two dozen novels, Sarah Price brings her twenty-five years of experience of living among the Amish to her books, many of which have been Amazon Top 100 Bestsellers. Her recent title First Impressions: An Amish Adaptation of Pride and Prejudice debuted in the ECPA Christian Fiction Top 25 Bestseller List a month after publication.

Price has family roots in the same region of rural Pennsylvania where many of her stories are set; the Preiss family emigrated from Europe in 1705 and settled in the state along with the area’s first wave of Mennonites. Born into a Mennonite family, Price has firsthand experience with the culture and religion of both the Mennonites and the Amish. Her grandparents first introduced her to the world of the Amish in 1978, and since then Price has visited and even lived among different Amish communities in Lancaster County.

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