Mending fences

Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, retired public librarian and long time book discussion leader

 


Introduction

Book or Media Title:

Mending fences

Author or Producer:

Suzanne Woods Fisher

Publisher or Studio:

Revell

Publication or Release Date:

2019

Format (i.e., print book, ebook, CD, DVD, movie, TV show, YouTube video, etc.):

Paperback

Length (i.e., 350 pages, 1 hour 45 minutes, etc.):

325 pages

OVERVIEW

The title of this book totally reflects the plot. After a stint in rehab, Luke Schrock is a new man or at least hopes to be on his way to being one. One of his godly mentors recommends not only apologizing to each that he has offended or hurt (and there is quite a list) but also asking them how his actions affected their lives. Hearing the repercussions of each of his peccadilloes causes Luke shame and pain but also sets him on a path to make things right if possible. There is such redemption and forgiveness between the pages of Mending Fences. The book is very inspiring and highly recommended.

ASSESSMENT

Rating (1 to 5):

5

Suggested Audience:

Fans of Amish fiction, particularly, but really anyone who loves good Christian fiction

Christian Impact:

This is a story of self-realization, commitment and surrender to God and forgiveness.

Other Notes (Optional):

Also includes:

-an excerpt from the next book in the series

-book discussion questions

 

 


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About Cecelia Carey

The Evangelical Church Library Association, founded in 1970, is a fellowship of Christian churches, schools, and individuals.

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