Memorable Monday #14

Posted July 30, 2018 by thebeccafiles in / 4 Comments


Happy Monday! The purpose of memorable Monday is to showcase a book that you’ve read in the past and share how/why it has stuck with you.

This week I’m featuring:

The Shunning
By: Beverly Lewis

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I could be wrong, but if I remember correctly, The Shunning was the first Beverly Lewis Book I read. It’s the first in a trilogy and it was also turned into a movie a while ago. It’s one that I’ve actually read a few times. I know this is the book that really sparked my interest into Beverly’s writing. If you haven’t read it yet, I highly recommend it!

About the Book:
Book 1 in The Heritage of Lancaster County. Katie Lapp only knew the Amish ways, but when she discovers a satin infant gown in her parents’ attic, her hidden past devastates the community she has always called home.

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About the Author:
Beverly Lewis, raised in Pennsylvania Amish country and both a schoolteacher and an accomplished musician, has been an award-winning author for over a dozen years. Her acclaimed novel, The Preacher’s Daughter, was a 2006 Quill Book Award finalist in the romance category. Her books have appeared on numerous bestseller lists, including USA Today and The New York Times. She and her husband, David, live in Colorado.

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4 responses to “Memorable Monday #14

  1. Ellie

    I haven’t read that book, but I think it might be considered classic Christian fiction. I know that it is a wildly popular book! I hope you have a great week! 🙂

  2. I’ve never read a book by Beverly Lewis. Amish/Mennonite fiction isn’t really my genre. I know that makes me an odd-man out, but I really struggle to get into them.

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