The Prodigal (Abram's Daughters #4)

by Beverly Lewis

Paperback, 2004

Status

Available

Call number

813.54

Publication

Bethany House Publishers (2004), Edition: Repackaged ed., 352 pages

Description

An alarming secret is brought to light in ABRAM'S DAUGHTERS, Book Four. Truth can be thorny, even heartbreaking, yet Leah is required to make another difficult choice. Will this secret of secrets bring further sorrow for Leah, Sadie and the Ebersol family? At its heart, The Prodigal, is a multi-layered mystery and a saga of love, a story of deceit and untangled webs, of disgrace and redemption, encompassed by the merciful threads that knit families together ...

User reviews

LibraryThing member chrirob
Time has brought many changes to the Ebersol family and their community. Leah is caring for her younger siblings and is still a maidel living in her father's home. Sadie has returned from Ohio, but is she repentant and disciplined enough to prove herself to her family and the community? Lydiann is
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a young woman experiencing love and courtship for the first time. Mary Ruth is married and expecting her first child, while her twin Hannah is courting a budding interest in healing. As life goes on on the Ebersol farm, a visitor comes that will shake their foundations of faith, love, and hope.

Book 4 of the Abrahm's Daughters series did not disappoint. Really, this is a great series that is a page turner and always leaves you asking "What is going to happen???"
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LibraryThing member Maydacat
Time goes on. Long kept secrets are finally divulged. Leah is instrumental in bringing some things to light, but parts are still hidden. She shows a flash of true anger on her sister Sadie’s behalf, and it seems a little out of character for her. A chance encounter with someone she hasn’t seen
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in many years jolts her. The characters are interesting and the story, if somewhat contrived with the characters’ ancestry, is still quite entertaining.
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Language

Original language

English

Physical description

8.5 inches

ISBN

0764228730 / 9780764228735

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