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Tuesday, April 3, 2012
The Book Club Network Inc
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This was the first time I think I have ever read a book by Mary Ellis. I really enjoyed the book. There was a lot crammed in one book. There were a lot of people to get to know, interlocking relationships to connect. And it necessarily covered a lot of territory (New York, Wisconsin, and their home state). But I still found it to be a good book with a lot of information and details. I find that I want to read more about this family and that I want to read more books written by Mary Ellis.
To me the sign of an excellent book is when I find myself fanning the last few pages of the book through my fingers while I'm reading, thinking that there really isn't enough "book" left to write enough to tell me all I want to know about everyone! When the book ends and hours and even a day or two later I find myself thinking about the characters, wondering about decisions they were making and how things turned out...that is a good book. "An Amish Family Reunion" is one of those books. It left me wanting so much more without feeling like a setup for a sequel.
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