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by Jerry Eicher

Ess macht vay , James, having only been home from school for an hour, held up his hand for his mother to see the cut higher on his arm, dirt falling down from his fingers, clinging to his elbow. So opens, Sarah s Son , a story of an illness, a road trip, a mother s love for her oldest child, of Esther s meddling, but above all, about the grace of a loving Father in heaven. Set in Daviess County, Indiana s Amish country, this continuation of Sarah finds Sarah now married and settled on the Yoder farm outside Whitfield. Sarah s sister has plans for a trip out West, agreeing with Sarah that the cut on James arm that seems slow in healing is nothing serious. That night in the middle of a raging rain storm, Esther has a premonition of things to come, but does even she know what really is coming? Be with Sarah when she receives heart-breaking news in Colorado, and then the added burden of her niece's death in the Amish school shootings in Nickels Mine, Pennsylvania.
Download Sarah's Son epub
ISBN: 0978798724
ISBN13: 978-0978798727
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Author: Jerry Eicher
Language: English
Publisher: Horizon Books (January 10, 2008)
Pages: 319 pages
ePUB size: 1389 kb
FB2 size: 1413 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 257
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This was such a great book. Everyone goes through trials. God is always with us all we have to do is ask. This is such a great book to add to your library. Thumbs up for Jerry Eicher
I read anything jerry writes because it is always good. This story is very well planned and written. Thank you Jerry.
This book was a great improvement from the sequel. I really liked reading this book and it kept my interest through the entire book. The book came in very good condition and arrived promply.
no depth,many words mispelled making it hard to read, notrequested! worth the price this trio cost refunds on all 3
Sarah's Son

Book 1 ('Sarah') was arduous to slog through, rather stilted and amateurish. Other readers seem to agree, from what I've read. This sequel is much better. I encourage you to give it a chance, and recommend it to those who want to learn more about the Amish communities. Mr. Eicher has first-hand knowledge since he was raised Amish.
The copy I received for my Kindle has words missing letters. It has made reading this story tedious. I'm guessing at words in order to keep reading.
Wonderful book. Would definetly recommend this book to anyone loving to read about Amish fiction.