By W. Dale Cramer
Bethany House Publishing
Winner of the 2006 Christy Award for Contemporary Fiction
"Dusk. An Amish farm in Ohio. Will's father doesn't recognize him at first--it's been eight years--so he holds a match up to Will's face to see him better. "I thought you were dead," Levi Mullet says, then blows out the match and walks away.
This is not how it's supposed to be. Where's the fatted calf? The party?
For years, Will has worked to overcome the ban of his father and the Old Order Amish community. Only now, when the life of his own son hangs in the balance, does he begin to see the truth--that love is the proof of God, and forgiveness the proof of love.
Levi's Will is the mesmerizing story of an Amish man seeking to build a bridge across three generations."
I tried reading this book twice~ and I still could not get in to the book. I found it dragging and long. I am sorry I could not give any other opinion. Very rarely do I not finish a book~ but this one was one of the few.
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