Where The Heart Leads Paperback
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Where The Heart Leads
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After his graduation from college, Thomas Ollenburger is filled with big dreams and even bigger questions. What will he do for a job? Should he marry? Where will he call home? Torn between his Mennonite roots on the Kansas prairie and his love for the big city of Boston, as well as his affection for a girl from each location, Thomas doesn't know which path he is meant to take. He has always sought God's help with his decision-making, but now it seems Heaven is staying stubbornly silent. What will Thomas choose?
Will the desires of his heart lead him away from his Mennonite upbringing?
"Sawyer's writing is so true to life that the reader will forget she is reading fiction. Characters are written with their heart on their sleeve, and they learn from their mistakes. Readers will be reunited with familiar characters from earlier books." --Patsy Glans, Romantic Times Book Reviews
Kim Vogel Sawyer is fond of C words like children, cats, and chocolate. She is the author of eleven novels, including the bestselling Waiting for Summer's Return. She is active in her church, where she teaches adult Sunday school and participates in both voice and bell choirs. In her spare time, she enjoys drama, quilting, and calligraphy.
Where The Heart Leads by Kim Vogel Sawyer was published by Bethany House in October 2008 and is our 44103rd best seller. The ISBN for Where The Heart Leads is 9780764202636.
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Where the Heart LeadsAlice Collins, via The Good Book Stall
This gentle, countryside ramble takes us from Boston to the little town of Gaeddert in Wales. The hero is Thomas Ollenburger, who as we quickly learn has Mennonite roots, and I was fascinated to read about the author's own perception of the Mennonites as being honest, hardworking and peaceful. But then, my own limited viewpoint of them is taken from Sherlock Holmes's A Study in Scarlet, which portrays the group as being violent and exclusive. Our hero's group promotes marriage, which Thomas is not sure if he needs, and careers away from politics and journalism, both of which Thomas develops a flair for. Will our hero choose the City's blinding glitter or will his heart lead back home? While I didn't fall off my chair at the gentle close, I found the ending more unpredictable than expected, and admired Thomas's gentlemanly - if slightly stiff - thirst for virtuosity.
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Details for Where The Heart Leads
|Page last updated||24th September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Kim Vogel Sawyer|
|Publisher||Bethany House (October 2008)|
|Number of Pages||352|