Friday, April 26, 2013

Review of the book Letters to Katie by Kathleen Fuller

I really enjoyed this book, I read it in about 2 days. This book is about the Amish people and how they live their life with a bunch of different characters. I enjoyed all the characters. One character is named Katie and how she ends up falling in love with her childhood friend that she thought she would never fall in love with. There was also a story about a grandson who was becoming Amish and joing the Amish community and how is grandma was against at first but then learned about the culture when she visited him and ended up being ok with him being Amish. All in all a very good book and I would reccomend it to everyone.

Another great Amish book to read. I really do feel like I enjoy their part of their culture because it is so interesting to me. I wonder if maybe I was meant to be Amish or something. I like reading authors that write Amish because they do research before they write the book so it really is about what is happening to the Amish and their life. I like their simplicity of their culture and such. I like how much they put into making guests feel welcome such as cooking so much for them, letting outsiders help with chores, etc. I wonder if I could handle the simplicity, I am not sure. I am used to being pampered and catered to. Maybe I could use a break from my life.


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