Acclaimed inspirational author W. Dale Cramer pens the tale of an Amish prodigal's struggle for faith and forgiveness. As Will returns to bury his dad, his mind flashes back 42 years to when he fled his Amish heritage, abandoning his unborn child's mother and inflicting pain only a parent can fathom. Now he understands that pain. And he thinks of all those years of silence-all those words never spoken. But as his father lies cold and still, is all hope for healing gone?
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by W. Dale Cramer
by William W. Johnstone
by Ray Blackston
"George Guidall uses vocal nuances and Pennsylvania Dutch accents to capture the story of Will's return to Amish country to bury his father, Levi. Through a series of flashbacks Will's early days in the community are recounted--the years that led up to his abandoning the mother of his unborn child, lying about his age, and enlisting in the Army, betraying the pacifist beliefs of his faith. Guidall excels at depicting a variety of characters, male and female, particularly young children. And his portrayals of Will's non-Amish Southern belle of a wife and a circle of judgmental Amish women are priceless. This warm story is an excellent peek into life within the Amish community. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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