Daybreak

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Center Point Large Print, 2013 - Fiction - 318 pages
27 Reviews
When Viola Keim starts working at a nearby Mennonite retirement home, she strikes up an unlikely friendship with resident Atle, whose only living relative, son Edward, is a missionary in Nicaragua. Viola understands the importance of mission work, but she canít imagine leaving her father in the hands of strangers. Itís not in keeping with her Amish sensibilities. Though she doesnít know Ed, Viola judges him for abandoning his father.

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Review: Daybreak (The Days of Redemption #1)

User Review  - Marj - Goodreads

The main character is part of a large extended family, and the parents secrets, which is the premise of the book, is never explored, which makes this a set up for further books. I am not fond of that type of story, since I chose my books individually. Ok read Read full review

Review: Daybreak (The Days of Redemption #1)

User Review  - Goodreads

The main character is part of a large extended family, and the parents secrets, which is the premise of the book, is never explored, which makes this a set up for further books. I am not fond of that type of story, since I chose my books individually. Ok read Read full review

About the author (2013)

Shelley Shephard Gray earned a bachelor's and master's degree in education. Before becoming a full time writer, she taught elementary school in Texas, Arizona, and Colorado. She started writing about the Amish because their way of life appealed to her and she wanted to write stories about regular people in extraordinary situations. Her works include the Sisters of the Heart series, Seasons of Sugarcreek series, The Families of Honor series, Heart of a Hero series, and Secrets of Crittenden County series.

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