Christian fiction books

deewee

Pursuit Driver
I've been considering reading the "Daughters of Lancaster County" series. Has anyone here read them? Or have any of you read any of Wanda Brunstetter's other books?
 

I'm Floored

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I haven't, but I might if you like them! :))

I think you will like the Restoration Collection by Terri Blackstock. Last Light, Night Light, True Light, and Dawn's Light. I really enjoyed that series!

Doug Branning’s mind raced to understand–planes were falling out of the sky, crashing and burning …

Birmingham has lost all its power. Its streets are jammed with cars that won’t start, its airport engulfed in flames from burning planes. All communications–cell phones, computers, even radios–are silent.

In the face of a crisis that sweeps an entire high-tech planet back to a time before electricity, the Branning family faces a choice. Will they hoard their possessions in order to survive–or trust God to provide as they share their resources with those around them? Yesterday’s world is gone. Family and community are all that remain, and the outage is bringing out the worst in some.

Desperation can be dangerous when a killer lives among you.
 

deewee

Pursuit Driver
I'm Floored said:
I haven't, but I might if you like them! :))

I think you will like the Restoration Collection by Terri Blackstock. Last Light, Night Light, True Light, and Dawn's Light. I really enjoyed that series!

Doug Branning’s mind raced to understand–planes were falling out of the sky, crashing and burning …

Birmingham has lost all its power. Its streets are jammed with cars that won’t start, its airport engulfed in flames from burning planes. All communications–cell phones, computers, even radios–are silent.

In the face of a crisis that sweeps an entire high-tech planet back to a time before electricity, the Branning family faces a choice. Will they hoard their possessions in order to survive–or trust God to provide as they share their resources with those around them? Yesterday’s world is gone. Family and community are all that remain, and the outage is bringing out the worst in some.

Desperation can be dangerous when a killer lives among you.
Those sound good, too!

Wanda Brunstetter's books are mostly about the Amish. I read a book, several years ago, that a friend loaned me, and I think it was one by this author. I remember really enjoying the book, but sadly my friend has since passed so I can't consult with her about the book. Honestly, her collection was quite vast, so she'd probably have trouble remembering it herself. (I miss my sweet friend)

I think I'll just buy one, and I'll let you know how I like it. I've a feeling we'd enjoy the same types of books. :)
 
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