Sarah Kauffman sought permission from her church elders to paint murals on a few of the Amish community's barns. Each was designed like an old-fashioned quilt square, representing a piece of the Amish traditions Sarah loved. The works of art were intended to draw more tourists to the Home Valley in the struggling economy. But instead, they invited a menace. One by one, each barn is set ablaze and destroyed.…The arson fires spread fear through the community - amongst Amish and Englischers alike. Now Sarah wonders if she's being punished for her pridefulness…or whether there's a more malevolent will at work.
As an outsider, arson investigator Nate MacKenzie struggles to investigate the crime scenes while adhering to Amish ways. With Sarah as his guide, he warms to the Plain People and their simple ways. As the fires rage, beliefs are challenged, a way of life is questioned and family secrets are exposed. In the aftermath of the destruction the people of the Home Valley must join together to raise their barns and their hopes for the future.
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By Sandra on 09-05-15
Sweet and innocent
Any additional comments?
Sweet... maybe a little too sweet. The ending was predictable midway through the book but I still listened to the end. The writing is pretty good and the story is quite slow paced but is in keeping with the Amish lifestyle.
If your looking for action and adventure... this isn't the book for you. However... if your in the mood for relaxing and innocence then it's perfect.
I did enjoy the book, in spite of the drawn out innocence and nativity of the main character.
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By al on 05-08-15
Wow, what a surprise! I really enjoyed the twist!
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Definitely if they were mystery readers. It was a fun ride to read about the Amish and the mystery tied to a love story. I would love to see a sequel/continuation of the story.
What other book might you compare Fall from Pride to and why?
I really can't say because I don't read mysteries normally, I like to read stories of the Amish and I took a chance with this book. It was very good.
Which scene was your favorite?
I don't want to give the story away, but the entire book was excellent.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
There were several places that were very moving. Again, I don't want to give anything away to a new reader, but the book is worth reading.
Any additional comments?
I hope to see a sequel. Ms. Harper you have a 5 star from me! Thank you for a good book.
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