The Struggle

The Struggle

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, contemporary, home, Amish, Christian Fiction, Fiction, Christian

Now a New York Times Bestseller.  Welcome back to Kentucky, where an Amish couple from Lancaster County seeks a new future in the land of tomorrow. When Timothy Fisher decides to move his wife, Hannah, and daughter Mindy to Christian County, where two of his brothers now reside, Hannah is very reluctant to go. Will the new home Timothy builds for them there do anything to lift her spirits? When a tragic accident occurs, Timothy and Hannah are inconsolable. Is an abrupt separation the beginning of the end of their marriage, or will they rally to seize a God-given second chance?

Title:The Struggle
ISBN:9781616260897
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  • Victoria Goodbrand

    Sorry, just done with Wanda Brunstetter. ­čśČ This one was absolutely ­čĄŽ­čĆ╗ÔÇŹÔÖÇ´ŞĆ­čĄŽ­čĆ╗ÔÇŹÔÖÇ´ŞĆ­čĄŽ­čĆ╗ÔÇŹÔÖÇ´ŞĆ...

  • Mary Shipman

    For me the title of this book says a lot. I found The Struggle by Wanda Brunstetter, published by Barbour to be an interesting study of some of the problems that have to be as prevalent in Amish life ...

  • Randy Reynolds

    This is, by far, the worst book I have ever read.Wanda Brunstetter should be embarrassed to call herself an author. The character development is non-existent, she frequently uses dialogue when she sho...

  • Annie

    I started out not liking Hannah in this story because she was self absorbed but ended up crying because the ending was such a testament as to what God can do!...

  • Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews

    Originally posted at: http://longandshortreviews.blogspot.c...Hannah did not want to move to Kentucky. SheÔÇÖd be leaving her home, her parents and all that was familiar to her. She knew her husband w...

  • Ashley

    Book 3 in the Kentucky Brothers series.Can a couple rent by grief find renewal?Timothy Fisher's decision to move his family from their home in Lancaster County Pennsylvania isn't a happy one for his w...

  • Michele

    Thank you to the author for the autographed copy won in her websitegiveaway. I have been interested in reading Wanda's books for quite some time and was thrilled to now finally have the opportunity to...

  • Bmquiram

    Sometimes I think it would be easier if life were a little simpler. I'm not saying I want to get rid of air conditioning or lights or refrigerators like the Amish but I'm not convinced all technology ...

  • Nancy Reynolds

    I do enjoy that Ms. Brunstetter's characters are very human - there are some you like, some you don't. I like how this book shows that everyone struggles with their faith. Hannah is a character I fee...

  • Amy Sullivan wilkinson

    Although this book, was very easy and enjoyable, I found it very interesting to learn about the Amish religion and culture....