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Friday, October 21, 2016

Christian's Hope by Ervin R. Stutzman Book Tour and Book Review

About the Book
Christian’s Hope Christian’s Hope (Herald Press, October 2016)
When Christian Hochstetler returns to the Amish after seven years in captivity, he finds that many things have shifted.
Captured as a child during the French and Indian War, Christian has spent much of his life among Native Americans, who cared for him and taught him their ways. Now that Christian is home, his father wants him to settle back into their predictable Amish life of farming, and Christian’s budding friendship with Orpha Rupp beckons him to stay as well.
Yet Christian feels restless, and he misses his adoptive Native American family—who raised him as their own son. When faced with a life-altering decision, will Christian choose the Amish identity that his father desires for him? Or will he depart from his family and faith community yet again?
Christian’s Hope tells the story of the younger brother of Joseph and son of Jacob, whom readers have come to love in the first two books in the Return to Northkill series. Based on actual events and written by a descendant of the Hochstetler family, Christian’s Hope brings the sweeping epic of the Return to Northkill series to a soul-stirring end.
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Ervin R. Stutzman
Ervin R. Stutzman is author of "Jacob’s Choice," "Joseph’s Dilemma," "Tobias of the Amish," and "Emma, A Widow Among the Amish." Born into an Amish home in Kalona, Iowa, Stutzman based the Return to Northkill series on the life of his ancestor, Jacob Hochstetler. He has been featured on TLC’s “Who Do You Think You Are?”

My review;
"Christian's Hope", by author Ervin R. Stutzman is Book 3 in the   Return to Northkill series by him. Christian Hochstetler was taken away during the French and Indian War when he was a little boy and kept there for seven years. He finally is back home and his father wants him to stay with the Amish. But there are too many memories of what he had before that he could not put his heart into it. He actually missed his other family. This is a story of love, faith and family. What will they have in common anymore. Will their love of each other even be enough for them to get back the way they were before? Can brothers once again be brothers, and Father and son be like they were before? I give this book a 4/5. I was given this book by Litfuse Publicity and all opinions are mine.

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