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Publisher's Summary

Acclaimed inspirational author W. Dale Cramer pens the tale of an Amish prodigal's struggle for faith and forgiveness. As Will returns to bury his dad, his mind flashes back 42 years to when he fled his Amish heritage, abandoning his unborn child's mother and inflicting pain only a parent can fathom. Now he understands that pain. And he thinks of all those years of silence, all those words never spoken. But as his father lies cold and still, is all hope for healing gone?
©2005 Dale Cramer, published under license from Bethany House Publishers, a divison of Baker Book House; (P)2006 Recorded Books
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Critic Reviews

"[A] beautiful and original story that neither damns nor praises the Amish but simply presents them. This is accomplished work." (Booklist)
"Perhaps his best...Cramer writes with profound simplicity, with poetic rhythm and with demonstrated insight....An incredibly heartwarming story." (Library Review)
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By Stevon on 01-05-08

Inspirational

This is my second Dale Cramer and I enjoyed it as much as the first. His books are called inspirational and I'd agree. This isn't a thriller but in its own way you can't put it down or you, at least, keep thinking about it. The Amish have come to live in the part of Iowa where I grew up and this book gave me a better understanding of what they stand for. And, after listening to this book they stand for lots of good things, a good way of life. As Will strives for forgiveness and comes to accept his life, you can't help but feel good.........

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By Susan P on 10-29-14

Another winner for Dale Cramer!

This is our 3rd book by Dale Cramer. We highly recommend this book. The story is excellent, and you certainly get a glimpse into the Amish culture. So glad we have found this new author!

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