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  • Title: Seasons of Tomorrow
  • Author: Cindy Woodsmall
  • ISBN: 9780307729989
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Title SEASONS OF TOMORROWAuthor Cindy Woodsmall Publisher Waterbrook PressApril 2014ISBN 978 0307729989Genre Amish Women s fictionAs love restores Rhoda, a sudden tragedy is the test of faith she never saw coming.More settled in her heart than ever before, Rhoda Byler feels a newfound confidence living in the Old Order Amish settlement she helped establish in Orchard Bend, Maine Time has helped to heal the wounds of Rhoda s recent severed relationship, and she finds that even her unusual gift of [...]

    2. WOW This series has always held LOTS of drama and turmoil for it s characters, but the first three books were NOTHING compared to this one This is a book that I ve read off and on for a while and part of the reason is because I would come across a chapter that was so emotional and tragic I had to take a break This book and it s series is definitely NOT a stand alone and really needs to be read in order, in my opinion But even though there were times when I had to take a break there were also suc [...]

    3. Book 4 of Amish Vines and Orchards entitled Seasons of Tomorrow was everything that I thought it would be and Cindy Woodsmall has a way to a writing that readers fall in love with This book continues the trials and tribulations for Rhoda, Samuel, Jacob, Leah and Landon, Phoebe and Steven and a new character Esther Will the family be able to overcome and still keep the faith when health problems strike Phoebe and her pregnancy Will Samuel and Rhoda finally get together Will Jacob be able to forg [...]

    4. 3.5 starsI feel like this was a really good book, I just don t know how I feel about the conclusion being all happy for everyone as if there is a fix for all problems, though I get it, I really do Rhoda isn t really even the main character in this book like she had been for the other books, which is probably why this is not as highly rated by me as I would like to rate it If you know how the last book ended before this one, then you know the situation that happened between Rhoda, Jacob, and Samu [...]

    5. About two thirds of the way into this last installment, I was ready for it to end When it did, it was Disneyesque and much too slap happy for me I felt the author was hurrying up, wanting it to end too That last chapter a couple of years passed between it and the previous chapter How neat that all the major loose ends are tied by the series end So unlike real life.There were several typos, not bad, but I got the feeling the editors were getting tired near the end as there were bigger errors Chap [...]

    6. I enjoyed reading Seasons of Tomorrow I actually read it in one day This was a good ending to the Amish Vines and Orchards series I really liked how all the characters changed and grew for the better since reading the first book of the series The only thing that bothered me was how the author wrote that Rhoda s gift of intuition was supposed to be from God While I agree that God does show Christians things we need to do or pray for about our future and from our past, Rhoda s gift seemed like fo [...]

    7. I love happy endings The suspense was a little redundant at times It certainly showed that God is good in all situations as long as you follow Him.The suspense was a little redundant at times It certainly showed that God is good in all situations as long as we follow Him I love happy endings.

    8. Finally wrapping up four books we see the unwinding of trials and loves in this book I enjoyed the story and the growth the characters have but I would have been happier if I hadn t had to read four books to find the happily ever after

    9. Though I really like this story line, this book was a little bit of a letdown It did show aspects of Amish life that isn t often displayed or discussed, but some of the transitions were either too quick or not developed enough Otherwise, a good story.

    10. 4.5 Might be a possible re readAnother great series ended by Cindy And ended well Still hated for it to end I also agree with another reviewer, this book was the best and is not a stand alone However, the other 3 are not chopped Liver by any means I was a little hesitant to read this series based on the name of the seriesd I m not a gardener by choice lolTHIS SUMMARY REVIEW WAS COPIED FROM OTHER SOURCES AND IS USED ONLY AS A REMINDER OF WHAT THE BOOK WAS ABOUT FOR MY PERSONAL INTEREST ANY PERSON [...]

    11. This final book in the series brought everything together without leaving you hanging in relation to any of the characters I really enjoyed this series.

    12. The divine gift on intuition and insight that Rhoda Byler has been given to her by God, have many in the Amish community Orchard Bend, Maine questioning its validity Most of the Old Order Amish believe that she is practicing witchcraft when the visions she has come true without any knowledge of just how she knows these things before they happen Even Rhoda herself can t explain them, just that she does Most of the times, she keeps these visions to herself because of the accusations being waged ag [...]

    13. Suggested Age 12 Genre Christian, Amish FictionThis book is exceptional Cindy Woodsmall is never a disappointment I have loved every single book I ve ever read by her.I was a little sad that this book wrapped up the Amish Vines and Orchards series because I really enjoyed the main character, Rhoda I think I could have read a few installments at least She s just so quirky but also has that sad and mysterious side to her that makes me feel protective of her even can you feel protective of a book [...]

    14. Rhoda Byler and Samuel King are co owners of the Orchard Bend Farms along with Samuel s brother Jacob The three became entangled in a bitter estrangement after Rhoda and Samuel fell in love even though Rhoda was seeing Jacob That was several months ago and like the seasons, life changes and continues.The spirited young woman has healed somewhat from the break up and is determined to see the farm grow successfully Her God given gift of profound intuition has become less of an issue as Samuel is t [...]

    15. Seasons of Tomorrow by Cindy Woodsmall is the fourth and final book in the Amish Vines and Orchards series Rhoda Byler s life has been a series of ups and down but she has finally admitted that she loves Jacob King but is in love with Samuel King and is now living an almost peaceful life Jacob leaves the Amish settlement in Maine to work as a builder, a vocation that he loves He still feels responsible for Sandra and gives her financial help but her young daughter has a piece of his heart While [...]

    16. Thursday, August 14, 2014Seasons of Tomorrow by Cindy Woodsmall, 2014Amish Vines and Orchards, Book 4Cindy Woodsmall has written a very satisfying conclusion to the Amish Vines and Orchards series in this fourth book Satisfying in that the characters work together through difficult circumstances, communicate, and find who they truly are loved by God By putting Him first, they are able to trust He does have the best for them His leading and direction in their lives become apparent to them as they [...]

    17. Rhoda Byler has made her choice But out of respect of the other brother, Rhoda and Samuel have decided to wait to make their relationship public.Everything seems to be finally settling down, but when the wife of their dear friends falls sick, and Landon leaves the community, Rhoda and Samuel find themselves struggling to keep their dream alive.A satisfying conclusion to a fantastic series, this is the book that ties up all of the loose ends While someone could jump into this series, without havi [...]

    18. Seasons of Tomorrow Amish Vines and Orchards, Book 4 by Cindy WoodsmallSeasons of Tomorrow is a great tale of an newly established Amish community You read about the lives of four couples living at Orchard Bend Farms in Maine They are working the canning season and harvest while struggling to make a go of the community Rhonda Byler finds herself part of a new Old Order Amish settlement, where she is a horticulturist She has recently broken up with her boyfriend Jacob and has started dating his b [...]

    19. I really enjoyed this wrap up to the series as we see closure come to relationships and struggles Rhoda Byler has realized she is truly in love with Samuel and he reciprocates, but they have hurt his brother deeply and so don t feel able to move on with their relationship until he has forgiven them and moved on himself Samuel has also helped her to see her intuition is from God and she starts to get nudges about a way to find her neighbor s grandchild She starts to reach out and follow God s lea [...]

    20. My book club met last night to discuss the fourth and final book in the Amish Vines and Orchards series by Cindy Woodsmall We have been anticipating Seasons of Tomorrow for months and were not disappointed in the conclusion of this great series The novel got a unanimous thumbs up and generated lots of good discussion We highly recommend all the books in this series.The King and Byler families have faced numerous hardships and heartbreaks since establishing an Amish community in Maine Now with a [...]

    21. REVIEWI would recommend reading this series in order The character that is followed throughout the books is Rhoda Byler The books also carry forth the characters from the first books that we cherish so much This book started as the last left off The author has written a wonderful, heart warming set of books and has done a lovely job of ending the series Questions were answered and the reader feels satisfied with the series The author wrote the characters to be so real, with emotions that anyone [...]

    22. Season of Tomorrow by Cindy Woodsmall is book 4 of the Amish Vines and Orchards Series and definitely my favorite in the series I have been anxiously awaiting the release of this book and it was well worth the wait I have read each book in the series and have become quite attached to the characters The author did an amazing job of wrapping up the stories and tying up all the loose ends There are so many different characters in this series and several story lines going on, but it s never confusin [...]

    23. Seasons of Tomorrow is the fourth book in the Amish Vines and Orchards series by Cindy Woodsmall Each book needs to be read in order since it s one continuous story told in a four book format I really liked the conclusion of the story, and actually, it s my favorite of the series I was surprised how much I enjoyed this book since I didn t like the other three books DRhoda Byler and Samuel King are still reeling over Jacob King s move from the orchard Trying to run everything without his help has [...]

    24. Seasons of Tomorrow is the fourth and final book in Cindy Woodsmall s Amish Vines and Orchards series I was looking forward to reading this book, but at the same time I wanted to draw it out for as long as possible After growing attached to the characters and the orchard they fought so hard to maintain, I didn t want it all to come to an end.I put this book down a lot Not just to draw the story out but to think about and savor what I had learned in each chapter It seemed like I was always learni [...]

    25. We wrap up the Amish Vines and Orchards series as the community in Maine faces much scrutiny Although new families are moving into the area, the original community members are being held accountable for letting their English assistant grow too close to Leah King Now either Leah or Landon will be forced to leave the farm Orchard Bend Farms also faces a crisis of a different kind as young preacher Steven Byler s family goes through a major health emergency.Now that the love triangle between Rhoda [...]

    26. In the fourth and final installment of Cindy Woodsmall s Amish Vines and Orchards, the Bylers and the Kings settle into routine in their Old Order Amish settlement in Orchard Bend, Maine, surviving their first season of harvest and canning Yet, when Leah King s involvement with Landon Olson, an Englisch coworker and friend, becomes known outside of their Maine community, all the year s work in Orchard Bend stands in jeopardy Now, as members of Orchard Bend Farms are displaced and further tragedy [...]

    27. This book concludes the Amish Vines and Orchards Series, and in a fine way This is one of those series that I started with the intention of finishing, and I m glad to say I wasn t disappointed.After reading book 3, For Every Season, I wondered what could make book 4 a book to look forward to, as I felt the best had already happened I was pleasantly surprised So many issues that had trickled down from book 1 resurfaced, and were dealt with in a way that brought the story to full circle Orchard Be [...]

    28. This is the 2nd book in the Amish Vines collection that I have read and I am absolutely in love with it I am so wrapped up in the characters, their stories, habits and little oddities I feel like I am living among them sometimes This series taps into the working and living lives of the King and Byler families as they learn to live together in the same house as well as work together establishing a new Amish settlement and apple business As they learn to love in their new settlement their are alot [...]

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