A touching and inspiring conclusion to this Amish trilogy Elsie s story was heartbreaking at times but her triumph over dire circumstances made me smile At first lance you would never know other than the thick lass she wears that Elie Keim was near blind She desires to be as independent as her twin sister and her brother They both have found their soul mates but if her family has anything to do with it she will become the blind alt madeal that will be forever dependent on her family What the family isn t aware of is Elsie prays for a life with Her Own Home Husband And own home husband and She dares not discuss this with anyone Until Landon Troyer a new neighbor starts helping out AROUND THE FAMILY FARM AND MAKING A POINT TO the family farm and making a point to out Elsie to strike up a conversation with her causing her family to become even protective of Elsie She fears if Landon finds out about her eye disease he will turn his attention away from hereven if he was a kind and considerate manThe author writes about a sensitive subject that most do not want to think about and that is a disability She also points out through the character of Elsie that a disability does not have to weight you down thinking you are a oddity or not normal What is not normal to someone may be normal for someone else God has made us in his image and our soul is what shines through to others Don t we all have some form of disability I have to wear lasses and I suffer from migraines I could o on and on So look past ones disabilities and find out who the person really is don t be caught up with labelsit blinds ones judgement I say kudos to Shelley for writing this beautiful character into this seriesI highly recommend this bookI rated this book a 5 out of 5Disclosure I received a free copy of this book from Harper Collins Publishers and Litfuse Pulicity Group Tour for review I was in no way compensated for this review It s funny as soon as I realized that this final book in this trilogy was about the sister with the eye problems I was super excited to read it What s funny is that this was the book I enjoyed the least While I enjoyed the sub plots with the other family members in the first two books in this one. Eventide is the riveting conclusion to The Days of Redemption trilogy by Shelley Shepard Gray celebrated author of tender Christian romance novels set in Amish country Honest and faithful Elsie Keim falls for her new neighbor Landon but she can’t bear to tell him the tr. Trong and independent Elsie was or wanted to be Because of her *eyesight her family tried to shelter her and protect her She wanted * her family tried to shelter her and protect her She wanted live her life just like her siblings Finally the family comes to realize that Elsie needs to make her own decisions especially when Landon wants to court her But when Elsie needs to make her own decisions especially when Landon wants to court her But when s doctor ives her some options will she push everyone away with her decision Also Pappi Aaron and Mammi Lovina head to Pennsylvania to tie up some loose ends in their life Will they find the peace they have sought Classic Shelley Shepard Gray She writes in a way that makes you feel that you know the characters and you feel their pain Great job I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest review Finally an Amish novel that is not so innocent that it does not come across as real life I am jumping in at the end of this series though so missed out on the first two books Even with that issue Eventide by Shelley Shepard Gray delivered a full story line that stands on its own This was a reat look at how to handle a disability with love and hope Not looking at what one can not do but at all the abilities a person has learned Good job This is book 3 of the series and it picks up where book 2 leaves off Viola s twin Elsie has an eye disease and it s etting worse She knows she will Body by Darwin: How Evolution Shapes Our Health and Transforms Medicine go blind one day but she still hopes that she will live a normal life with a husband and children When a young bachelor buys the farm next door he is smitten with Elsie But when he learns of her eyesight issue and that it setting worse he seriously wonders if he really wants a handicapped wife Elsie s heart is vulnerable but she wants to be loved for who she is in spite of her eyesight She longs to talk to her Blue Guide grandmother about everything but herrandparents are in Pennsylvania confronting their pasts and finally making peace Elsie must make some major decisions about her medical condition and her future by herselfVery ood ood seri I liked the subject and thought How would i react if the woman i loved was Birth and Fortune: The Impact of Numbers on Personal Welfare going blind and she could fix it but decided not to Would i be an understanding as Landen I pray i would be Just always remember God is in the details. His responsibilities and take care of ElsieIn Eventide threeenerations of the Keim family come together to make their dreams come true Shelley Shepard Gray bestselling author of the Sisters of the Heart books draws her Days of Redemption trilogy to a heart warming fini. .
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It seemed to take up too much space Like there was Island Girls (and Boys) going on with that and the romance between Elsie and Landon almost felt like a side thing at times view spoilerI also found the whole I m notoing to Calvinists Incorporated: Welsh Immigrants on Ohio's Industrial Frontier get a cornea transplant because of these lame reasons to be kind of ridiculous I felt like Elsie s reasons for notetting her eyesight fixed were not very convincing Actually the disease she had wasn t very convincing either hide spoiler Roman is a DICK in this book and Stretching Lessons: The Daring that Starts from Within goes against all the characterization set up in the first two books I m honestly surprised Elsie didn t run that jerkbag over with a cow First off anyone that can write a book I am just in awe of I was very disappointed in this book The perception of disability was appalling and to me never redeemed itself And lastly the book was poorly researched the scripture was not accurate and uite frankly made up I found that appaling for a Christian writer Disappointed Yes I have read book two and now book three in time I willet back to book one when it becomes available at our library But this book is reat I love it a bit than the second in terms of relationship in this one there is a health issue involved Elsie who may lose her eyesight has always been *handled without etting her input Finally she decided to speak up and this is when the * without etting her input first she decided to speak up and this is when the really became interesting for me in terms of her taking ownership for her feelings and needs Will it affect her chances for happiness if the decision is not what her friend Landon would likeElsie s Grandparents Lovina and Aaron went to Pennsylvania to revisit some of the relatives and how their marriage may or may not caused heartache only to find that much of it was settled or being there caused what was considered not caused heartache only to find that much of it was settled or being there caused what was considered large problem had become a small blimp instead of a landslideI love how this chapter ends with all of the players finding ways to not just look at self but at the whole relationship Thereby finding love understanding about each other and holding on to their faith with the desire to continue rowing their relationships each day I thought that this was the best book in this series I really enjoyed it I especially liked how Uth She’s Bulletproof Feathers: How Science Uses Nature's Secrets to Design Cutting-Edge Technology going blind Landon is enad with Elsie When Elsie’s brother Roman steps in and shares the truth of Elsie’s disease Landon is floored His job is demanding and takes him away from home sometimes for days at a time He wonders how he’d be able to keep up with.