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The Crossroad

af Beverly Lewis

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After the dramatic conclusion to his discovery of a long-lost postcard, journalist Philip Bradley simply cannot forget the Amish people he met while on assignment in Pennsylvania--particularly Rachel Yoder and her young daughter, Annie. Drawn back to Lancaster County over the Christmas holidays, Philip struggles with the vast gulf separating him from the beautiful plain woman.… (mere)
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In this second installment in this series, Rachel is beginning to live again, finally moving past her grief. She wants to see again, and even discovers an attraction to the Englisher, Phillip. He in turn, is looking for what Rachel seems to have in her plain life. There is much proselytizing in this story which hinders the plot, making it slow moving. Finally, towards the end, things start to happen, but then, it seems rushed. The plot is thin and the characters lack development, but it does move the storyline from the first book to the third. ( )
  Maydacat | Mar 23, 2019 |
Philip cannot forget the Amish people he met while on assignment in Pennsylvania, especially Rachel Yoder and her young daughter, Annie. He admires Rachel's cherrful outlook, in spite of her blindness, compared to his high-paced existence in New York. Philip begins to think of ways he find to help Rachel while she firmly believes God will grant her sight.
  SABC | Aug 21, 2011 |
This a a dramatic conclusion to the first book. Will the English journalist come back and try to help the young Amish woman? You will have to read it to see. I thought this was a very good book and a great conclusion to the first book. ( )
  charris5688 | Oct 25, 2009 |
The sequel to The Postcard. Drawn back to Lancaster County over Christmas, Philip struggles with the vast gulf separating him from Rachel,a beautiful,blind Plain woman. ( )
  WeHomeschool | Dec 30, 2005 |
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After the dramatic conclusion to his discovery of a long-lost postcard, journalist Philip Bradley simply cannot forget the Amish people he met while on assignment in Pennsylvania--particularly Rachel Yoder and her young daughter, Annie. Drawn back to Lancaster County over the Christmas holidays, Philip struggles with the vast gulf separating him from the beautiful plain woman.

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