Though Mountains Fall

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Thorndike Press, 2013 - Fiction - 461 pages
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Amish pacifism is sorely tested in the Paradise Valley settlement in the 1920s. When an army of bandits descends on them, the Amish are saved by government troops who prove as cruel as the bandits themselves. Then a bishop travels to Mexico, and Caleb?s daughters are finally able to marry-- though the ban still looms for Miriam. As Caleb?s hope of peace and freedom in Mexico slips away, he ponders: In times of trouble, on whom should we rely?

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Deeply Moving Historical!

User Review  - dianaFlow -

In Though Mountains Fall, Dale Cramer has crafted a heartrending, intriguing story that takes the reader to the beautiful Amish valley of northeast Mexico -- lush and verdant, a veritable paradise ... Read full review

A very intense story holding your interest .

User Review  - Tippi -

The Love they have for their home and land is stronger than their fear. But the Love Miriam has for Domingo is a love story that rivals any Biblical story about love that I have read. She gave her ... Read full review

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