Review: A Simple Change

A Simple ChangeTitle: A Simple Change

Author: Judith Miller

Series: Home to Amana #2

Pages: 352

ISBN: 978-0-7642-1001-3

Genre: FICT, Historical Fiction

She never imagined a simple change could be so complicated…

Middle Amana, Iowa, 1881

When her parents decide to sell their home and move to the Amana Colonies, Jancey Rhoder must make a difficult decision. Should she give up her beloved teaching job and her carefree life in Kansas City to go with them?

Her suitor, Nathan Woodward, doesn’t want her to go, but Jancey feels she must give this new life a try. Her mother is sick, and these next few months may be the last Jancey gets to spend with her. But will this move spell the end of her relationship with Nathan? And when life in Amana is far more mysterious and challenging than Jancey expected, will she choose to return to the city, or will she make this unique place her forever home?

My Thoughts:

I enjoyed this book just as much as the first one in the series, A Hidden Truth. Although the religion is different than what I normally read I still find these books quite interesting,

Judith Miller has been an author higher up on my list for quite some time, so I was excited to read yet another great book by her. I was not disappointed this time around as I have been with other authors books.

The religion in these books is quite similar to what the Hutterites around here, I believe. Except that the Amana colonies do not recommend marriage, which I find a little strange and hard to take in.

I hope you decide to read this book and the first one in the series and enjoy them as much as I did. Judith miller is a great author and I highly recommend her books to anyone.

Other books in this series:

  1. A Hidden Truth

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Posted on August 5, 2013, in FICT, Historical Fiction and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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