Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Book Review: Harvest of Grace

Just as she did in the first two books of the Ada's House trilogy, Woodsmall takes us into the lives of the Amish but also of everyday, struggling, yearning people in Harvest of Grace.  The main characters have made mistakes and grasp for anything resembling peace and grace, discovering the hard way that we live in a fallen world.  But they also discover that grace, forgiveness and friendship abound.  And maybe even true love . . . .

I would give this book at least 4 out of 5 stars!  Excellent just as the first two in the trilogy!

Thank you to Blogging for Books for the complimentary copy of this book in order to obtain my review. Please note that my review is original and in now way influenced by the fact that I was given a copy for free. 

Friends -- please note that you can go onto Blogging for Books, look me up and rate my reviews including this one! I'd be so glad if you did!  Go to Waterbrook Multnomah's site and search for Blogger, Rachel Rudin!  :-)  


  1. Hi! Okay, I just love your pen name, your bio, and your blog! :)


  2. Well thank you very much, Rachelle! ;-) I will have to check out your blog(s) now, too! How did you come to find mine? I'm so excited to have you as a follower! I have a handful of followers, but I still just love to write and to share and to know that others can benefit from it! Have a lovely day and thanks for stopping in!

  3. Thank you for all the lovely comments on my blog, Rachel! As you guessed, I found yours through Sarah Elizabeth's. :)

    You mentioned you love the WWI time period...have you ever read Anne Mateer's Wings of A Dream? I'm 99% sure that's WWI and it was great!

  4. @Rachelle: You're quite welcome! :) Thanks for the book recommend, I don't believe I have read that one! I will have to check it out in the future for sure! I just don't see many books written around WWI or even the Victorian Era, it seems!

  5. As you know, I enjoyed those books. I still can't decide which one was my favorite...ha!

  6. @Mrs. Pedersen: I know you did! I think it would be difficult to pick just one favorite of the trilogy....though I did truly like the first one a lot probably followed by the second. :)