The Discovery: A Review of A Revelation in Autumn

Monday, July 1, 2013

A Revelation in Autumn (Discovery #5)A Revelation in Autumn by Wanda E. Brunstetter

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’m up to book five of the Discovery! I can’t believe how fast I devoured this little series—literally within days!

I actually have delayed writing my reviews because I enjoyed them too much and wanted to savor the story by musing over it and thinking about what to write!

Once again I’ll point out a disclaimer on this review (for those that haven’t read the other reviews of this series) that while the story is fantastic—the price is a bit expensive for mini-novellas! Hopefully they’ll be released in a combined book format at a later date!

Luke finally remembers his name but he has no recollection of his life otherwise. At this point I was getting a little frustrated because things were starting to progress a bit with Meredith and Jonah! Granted, I really felt that Jonah was a bit too pushy and I started to dislike him at this point.

Meredith’s baby has been born and life is going on for her. I began to seriously dislike her Mother-In-Law at this point though. While I agreed she needed to slow things down a bit—she was totally obnoxious and possessive of Meredith to the point that I wanted to reach through the pages and give her a good whack!

All in all, I really have loved this series. Some of my frustrations with characters are peeking through in this review but I must say—emotion evoked in a reader is the mark of a good writer! The feelings I have expressed are not a bad thing!

If you can find this little series at a bargain price then they’re well worth the read! You won’t be disappointed with the story but as I said prior—you may be frustrated if you pay full price for them as they are only around 124 pages long with a $6.99(ish) price tag!
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A nationally recognized authority on the Amish community, Wanda E. Brunstetter has seen her book sales over the two million mark. Wanda enjoys an uncommon kinship with the Amish and continues to visit their communities throughout the country. Her books have won numerous awards and topped several bestselling charts.

I received this book free from the publisher through Netgalley. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own

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