Chasing Heaven Complete Series Boxed Set

Rated 3.00/5 based on 3 reviews
The Bieler girls want nothing more than to find love. But for plain and simple Amish girls, their love lives are amazingly complicated.

This six part collection features "Elizabeth's Story," "Grace's Story," "Emma's Story," "William's Story," "Hannah's Story," and "Clara's Story."

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Review by: Judith Policicchio on April 16, 2013 :
I would have rated this book higher if not for the repetition. While books in a series usually have a short recap or explanations to clarify the characters' relationships to readers who have not read the earlier books, this series has repeated pages and complete dialogues. It was like repeated deja vu. Some of the dialogue was awkward and the use of some slang expressions seemed out of place.The entire series was 177 pages, making it more like a collection of short stories. I received this book as an Early Reviewer. I have not been compensated in any way (other than being given a copy of this book) and my opinion on the book is entirely my own.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Knappm on April 13, 2013 :
Grace, Elizabeth, Clara and Hannah are four daughters in an Amish family. Each is a certain type -- the pretty one, the strong willed plain one, the meek God-loving one, and the sweet family peacemaker. I found it hard not to think about the four sisters in Little Women while reading these stories, although Becca Fisher's stories are extremely heavy on dialogue and depend a lot on "telling" rather than showing. The sisters all have gentle adventures, usually tied to romance and hearts broken and mended. I read all of Elizabeth's story, the first in this "boxed set" and part of Emma's story and Hannah's story, the two at the end. I am not sure where the fault lies on the many typos in the book -- they distracted from my reading experience. My sense is that this author writes from her heart, and although this book struck me as unpolished in some ways, I can see it was written with love.

How I got this book: Received a free download through LibraryThing.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Linda Anderson on April 04, 2013 :
I have several Amish neighbors so was very excited to review this book. I don't know to much about their dating customs, but this book seems to be quite accurate. I enjoyed this series, even though it was hard to follow at times. A few typos- but nothing major. A decent read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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