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WORDS I SURELY DON T WANT I surely don t want post any spoilers The Walters Art Museum the Art of Ancient Greece emotional pull of this story kept me reading well past my bed time Have youver felt like you didn t belong that something was wrong with you What if you found out that you were right That American Nietzsche everything you knew for 22 years was mostly a lie Would you have someone to turn to Imagine being Amish and not having the same kind of support systems we do Laura Bradford made this story very real with vivid scenery heartbreakingmotions and then waited til the very Art, Culture, and Cuisine end to tieverything up with a great Berlioz and His Century ending that will leave you feeling happy fulfilled andven content A Daughter s Truth is a very Aristotles Rhetoric emotional packed story written by Laura Bradford This story is definitely heartwrenching heartbreaking and heartwarming all wrapped up in one The author has done a remarkable job taking her readers on this journey with her main character Emma LappThe characters are truely amazing and likeable Each character has an amazing role throughout this story Emma Lapp a young Amish woman never felt like she truely fit in her family or the Amish community When Emma finds an outlandish gift left on her aunt s gravesite she is full of uestions This gift starts Emma on a verymotional journey and the demise of her life as she has known it Emma starts uestioning Blood Runs Green everything andveryone in her life and tries to stay true to who she has always been The author has done an amazing job telling this story of loss love family truth and faith I was given the opportunity to read this fantastic story in advance of its release through Netgalley and Laura Bradford I was not approached by anyone to post a favorable review I have rated this book with five stars for meeting my Charting an Empire expectations of a wonderful story that I can highly recommend to others Congratulations to Laura Bradford for writing another outstanding story involving the Amish This story is very different from most Amish books and I was drawn into this story from the first few pages and remained intensely involved to thend A Daughter s TruthLaura Bradford5 StarsSynopsisEmma Lapp tries to be the perfect daughter to Colored Property earn the lovingmbrace of her family and her Amish community in Pennsylvania Yet she can t uite win her mother s smile or her forgiveness for a transgression Emma can t uite place Emma knows she s the source of her mother s greatest sorrow having been born on the same day Mamm lost her beloved sister The one bright spot has been the odd trinkets anonymously left at her aunt s grave Desire and Truth each year on Emma s birthday gifts Emma secretly hides because they upset her parents But the day she turns 22 a locket bears a surprise that sends her on an unexpected journey Searching for answers Emma travels to the English world and finds a kinship as intriguing as it is forbidden But is this newfound connectionnough to leave behind the future she d The Exiles Gallery expected The answers are as mysterious and as devastating as the truth that divides Emma from the only family and the only life she sver known GoodreadsReviewWow what a great book I was drawn in from the first page and I could not read this book fast Dislocating China enough There was heartache happiness tension worry andverything in between The characters are well developed and well rounded Emma is a strong woman but she has never felt like she fit in anywhere When she finds out the truth about her beginnings she knows why She has a lot of decisions to make and she will need all of that strength to make them I thought the secondary characters added a lot to the story and brought friendship and love I cared about Childerley each of the characters and what would happen to them I think that is the sign of a great authorThis book took me on anmotional roller coaster as I read it I felt for Emma and wanted things to work out for her I found myself laughing worrying getting mad and letting out the breath I did not Cultural Excursions even realize I was holding The author is very talented in portraying the Amish and I learn a little about them withvery book I
read I am fascinated by the way the Amish and Englisher worlds are so different and the author portrays these I am fascinated by the way the Amish and Englisher worlds are so different and the author portrays these very well But there are also areas where the two worlds are similar and those were Cruelty and Laughter explored as wellI would highly recommend this book to anyone whonjoys a well crafted women s contemporary This book is both heartbreaking an. Emma Lapp tries to be the perfect daughter to Cop Knowledge earn the lovingmbrace of her family and her Amish community in Pennsylvania Yet she can’t uite win her mother’s smile or her forgiveness for a transgression Emma can’t uite place Emma knows she’s the source of her mother’s greatest sorrow having been born on. .
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D heartwarming both sad and happy both somber and funny Grab your copy and Cultural Aesthetics enjoyI voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book provided by the publisher Kensington Books and NetGalley which I greatly appreciate I ve been a fan of Ms Bradford s Amish books for several years now and A Daughter s Truth is anxcellent addition to the library In her second foray into women s fiction Bradford once again takes the reader deep into the world of the Amish It was fun to see some familiar chara Let me start with Wow A Daughter s Truth grabbed me from the start and kept me turning the pages Emma Lapp discovers a secret that turns her life upside down The Class and Conformity emotions she goes through you feel along with her The best thing with this book is that not only do you feel Emma smotions of heartbreak anger and frustration but it gives you the ripple Descartes and His Contemporaries effect of all the lives that are touched who all is affected all the different views andmotions I found myself thinking many times that I would never have thought about it affecting this person Beautifully written and I loved how it all tied up in the High Tide at Midnight end A few days ago I had the opportunity to read A Daughter s Truth by a new to me author Laura Bradford And I found it to be a great storyThis author has written several books in the mystery category but has just recently branched into Amish based women s fiction I can t speak for her previous works but this new genre seems to be an outstanding choice for her The story s conflict takes place between the Amish and English worlds The characters from both worlds and their stories are very w What can I say That it was worthvery moment I spent reading A Daughter s Truth It bought me to tears It took me through a whole range of Education and Equality emotions Anger for the lies that Brad and Emma had both been told Sadness that a father never got to see his only daughter grow up to be a young lady Confusion as to why Emma Lap never knew who she really was Why she was never reallyxcepted by her Amish school scholars and later at the singings when she never got invited to ride home with a young Amish boy Why her mamm never smiled at her and her Dat held her at arms length Why her best never seemed to be good Deceptive Beauties enough This story captured me immediately and held me to the last page It s a different kind of Amish story Unpredictable with anlement of mystery I could go on and on here but don t want to be a spoiler I can t recommend Dangerous Work enough that you read this book It s definitely one you won t forget too soon All fans of Laura Bradford Amish Fiction and Christian Fiction willnjoy this bookI borrowed a copy of A Daughter s Truth from the local library A review was not reuested All opinions Flavor and Soul expressed are my own I absolutely loved this book from the first sentence to the last Ms Bradford painted such a beautiful andntrancing story of love loss and family set in the lovely Amish countryside of astern Pennsylvania While reading this book I was lost in the smell of the barn the fields newborn kittens the cold frosty air of late Winter Oh yes and oatmeal cookies When a b She wasn t sure what response she d been xpecting Whatever it was though it hadn t been this weighted silence that hung in the air like an impending storm I was completely captivated by A Daughter s Truth from the first sentence to the last The author s pitch perfect writing voice weaves words characters and settings beautifully into a story that hits you in all the feelsThe plot is straightforward Forgery, Replica, Fiction enough but themotions behind it are truly complex and Bradford presents them all tenderly and with gentle insight Emma s story is multi layered and since an asy solution doesn t Exist In This Case in this case will uickly become deeply invested in this character and how her looming decisions will play out on the page There s a lot I want to say about Emma her history and her future but I m trying to be careful not to spoil the story for you I will say that the trinkets left on Ruby s grave very year on Emma s birthday drew me to this story in the first place along with the fact that I will read pretty much anything that Laura Bradford writes The trinkets in and of themselves brought out my inner Nancy Drew and as this part of the story came into sharper focus I drank in the Fluxus and the Essential Questions of Life explanations forach one right along with EmmaSpeaking of Emma I just loved her She is genuinely likable with a steady spirit but a lifetime of insecurities she strug. The same day Mamm lost her beloved sister The one bright spot has been the odd trinkets anonymously left at her aunt’s grave ach year on Emma’s birthday gifts Emma secretly hides because they upset her parents But the day she turns 22 a locket bears a surprise that sends her on an unexpected journey Searching Gles to overcome That steady spirit is challenged from nearly very direction in A Daughter s
TRUTH THOUGH AND YOUR EMOTIONS WILLthough and your The Empty Chair emotions will the ride along with her You ll be cheering her on from the sidelines in the joyous moments and your heart will break right along with hers asverything she knew is turned upside down I also loved Miss Lottie and Levi and the support advice they gave her during the story staying faithfully by her side and being her rock than onceBottom Line Make sure you ve carved out however much time you need to read
a daughter s truth in one sitting becauseDaughter s Truth in one sitting because won t want to put it down once you become immersed in the complexities of Emma s plight There is no uick fix or pat answer to be had here and I confess that with about 20 minutes left in the book per my reading speed I became a bit concerned at how the author would tie it all up without becoming trite I needn t have worried the resolution was as layered and healing as the situation itself The themes of family the kind we are born into and the kind we make ourselves forgiveness of the deepest kind of hurt betrayal and belonging by mbracing what makes us who we are at our core touched my heart than once and make this a must read for veryone Lit even if you re not a fan of Amish fictionspecially if you areI voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this bookfirst seen at Reading Is My SuperPower Dollycas s ThoughtsLaura Bradford introduces us to Emma Lapp a 22 year old Amish woman whose whole life gets turned upside down The oldest of six children Emma s birthday has always had a somber tone Emma was born the same day her Aunt Ruby died Emma s mother mourns her sister s death heavily Losing a loved one takes a toll and Emma does her best to be sensitive to her mother s feelings But the woman s attitude toward Emma has never been the same as her attitude toward the other children Emma works so hard but nothing she does can bring a smile to her mother s face the way the other children doEach year Emma s birthday begins with a trip to the cemetery Each year when they arrive there is a small gift left by someone on the grave It makes her mother sad and her father angry The gift is uickly tossed in the trash When Emma turns 7 and Award-Winning Books for Children and Young Adults, 1990-1991 every year after she wakesarly to go to the cemetery by herself to take the gift and hide it away both to ase her parent s pain and because the trinkets bring her a little bit of joy On the morning of her 22nd birthday she finds a very special gift a locket with birthday she finds a very special gift a locket with picture inside that has her uestioning verything about her life Her need to find answers takes her to forbidden places The answers she finds are surprising and could come with a very high price Her life could change in profound waysLike her story A Portrait of a Sister Ms Bradford takes her readers and her characters on an Heat Wave (Nikki Heat, emotional roller coaster Emma s struggle was real and affected so many people Mymotions clearly mirrored Emma s While Emma has led a sheltered life and was only Not Quite Cold (Lowcountry Mysteries, educated through the 8th grade we see a very determined strong and smart womanmerge as the story continues She learns so much and gets some great advice to help her to make some hard decisionsAgain you can see that the author has researched the ways of the Amish to paint a very rich detailed story for her readers The story is so well written The characters are portrayed realistically and the dialogue flows Collision of Wills easily From the hiding place in a tree to a new litter of kittens in the barn from Emma s special rock by the pond to the long country road she travels I couldasily picture Ravensbrück everything A bird sye view of Emma s journey is both heartbreaking and heartwarming There is also a poignant lesson taught by the Lambrusco end of this novel Somethingveryone should take to heartI loved this story and Outside Looking In escaped right into it The author has a way of making her readers truly care about her characters I was invested in Emma s Life from beginning tond She is also a character I wouldn t mind visiting again The author leaves us in a great place but Emma has a lot life ahead of herLike the first one this story is a story that will stick with me Also like the one before the book receives my Paradise Rating arning a spot on my Best Reads List for this yearFans of Amish fiction will love this story If you are a fan of this author s Amish Mystery series you really need to cross over and read this book and the one before Or answers Emma travels to the English world and finds a kinship as intriguing as it is forbidden But is this newfound connection nough to leave behind the future she’d Introduction to Epidemiology expected The answers are as mysterious and as devastating as the truth that divides Emma from the only family and the only life she’sver known.