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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
A Sister’s Test is a story of trials and joys. Woven into this tail of the Plain Life is the fact that the Amish often face the same tribulations as the rest of us.
They walk the fine line between nurturing their children and spoiling their children. They suffer grief. They have difficulty forgiving. They also experience love. The one theme that runs through the book is that of altruism. Perhaps our culture is a bit short on that.
Without a doubt, I love Brunstetter. She has a loyal following, and this book is a perfect example of why. A Sister’s Test is the second book in the Sisters of Holmes County series. I am disappointed that I do not have the third book. This book definitely leaves the reader with questions.
For anyone with an interest in the Plain Life, mysteries, and love story, this is a perfect book. Brunstetter develops her characters to the point that the reader has a relationship with them. Definitely buy the entire series.