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Sanctuary

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Beverly Lewis, raised in Pennsylvania Amish country and both a schoolteacher and an accomplished musician, has been an award-winning author for over a dozen years. Her acclaimed novel, The Preacher's Daughter, was a 2006 Quill Book Award finalist in the romance category. Her books have appeared on numerous best

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10 thoughts on “Sanctuary

  1. says:

    This is only the second Amish book I have ever read, and probably (maybe not...can't remember for sure) the first book from Beverly Lewis. And my overall opinion?
    I loved it. The story was captivating. Interesting. Heartbreaking. The author delved deep into the emotions of fear, betrayal, and the grace of God.
    Some of the characters I truly could visualize. Most of the time, characters are mighty vague in your mind, but Denny was so clear and realistic that I soon found a "good image" of him in my head.
    Also, the style and descriptive words were beautifully arranging, flowing you nicely through the story. Summing it all up, this is an amazing read, always prodded me to keep going back for more. I truly think this book WILL NOT leave you disappointed. Completely 5 stars.
    And for the record, I think I love the name Mellie.

  2. says:

    I loved this book!! Great story!! Loved this series!! Love this author's books!!

  3. says:

    This third book in the Crossroads series is so vastly different from the first two it is hard to believe it’s part of the series. Very little of it takes place in Amish country. It centers around a young non-Amish woman, her father, and her husband. The authors try to build suspense by waiting through most of the tale before divulging the secret connections, but by then, the impetus is lost. The conclusion is quickly wrapped up and falls flat. A disappointing end to a likewise series.

  4. says:

    I was not aware that this was a mystery of sorts. It really grabbed my attention in the first chapter, I thought it was very suspenseful, I wasn't expecting that. I enjoyed all the characters, I didn't get annoyed with anyone, well except for the author. Sometimes I think Beverly Lewis draws out her descriptions. I start getting bored when she is trying to "paint a picture" through memories. But that alone is not the reason I rated it 3 stars. There were two reasons I didn't rate it higher. Which makes me weary of reading more Beverly Lewis books, because my two reasons are almost identical to the thing that bugged me about the ending of the Nellie Fisher series.

    1 - The whole book you are reading about Mellie and Ryan's love. I craved their reunion. But all I got was 3 lines. Sure she described the setting for a whole page, but I wanted the dialog. I wanted to read the words they spoke to each other. The words that made everything ok. That bugs me. (I think that is one reason I loved Twlight so much, when I craved the dialog to happen between Bella and Edward, it always came. Stephanie Meyers never failed to put the dialog I wanted in the book at some point... but this review is not about Twilight)

    2- I wanted to read about Lela and Paul getting together. I guess it was implied that it was headed that way, but it was never confirmed. I want to read their happily ever after! It was kind of just left with no closure.

    So those were my two reasons this book was not rated higher than 3 stars. I liked the book, and if Lewis had taken the time to write more in closing, I probably would have REALLY liked it and rated it 4 stars.

  5. says:

    I am amazed that I actually made it through the book. That's how gag-worthy it became after about a quarter of the way in. Since most of Lewis' work consists of fluff, not gag, I believe that the gag-worthy portions were written by her husband, the co-author of this book. At first I was slightly interested in the book because of the suspenseful nature. However, the suspense/thriller aspect quickly fell prey to the typical tropes of Christian authors' usual attempts to write this kind of literature. The bad guy is stereotypically bad. In this book, one small portion is narrated from his point of view and in it, he mentions that he was thankful that he has no conscience. Really? Also, information comes in fits and spurts. Good suspense holds the information hostage and releases only what is necessary. Sometimes, a good author will not release all of the information which leaves the reader wanting more and sparks her imagination.
    When I finish a book like this and am laughing through the ending, I know that I need to donate it as soon as possible. Reading this book felt very much like a waste of time.

  6. says:

    Of all the Beverly Lewis books that I've read, I think this one was my least favorite. The story, as a whole, was good but I didn't like the way it was written. The thing that bugged me the most was that an explanation for Melissa's being on the run was not given until almost 200(!!) pages into the book. I could see 30 or 40 pages---especially since the mystery started with the very first page---but 200??? It made for a "too quick" conclusion. If an explanation would have been given earlier on then the action would have been more intense throughout since the reader would have some understanding of what from and why Melissa was running.

    Still, I did choke back tears at the end and am overall glad that I read it.

  7. says:

    I just read this for book club and I didn't love it. Although, it was a quick read. Not something I would pick for myself. It's about a girl who picks up and leaves her husband with just a note. She is being chased and winds up hiding in an Amish community. As the story unravels in the last 1/4 of the book (lame), the mob, big money, and her family are involved.

  8. says:

    This was a good clean read. The centre of everything was not romance which was nice for a change. I really liked Melissa. Ryan was harder for me to figure out but a good addition to the book.

  9. says:

    I've heard a lot about Beverly Lewis but haven't actually read one of her books so when I saw this was available on audio to listen to right away, I decided to give it a try. I know she writes about the Amish community.

    It starts with Melissa James getting a phone call that causes her to leave right away. She's distraught that she can't tell her husband, Ryan, anything but that's what she's supposed to do. She's afraid for her life so she heads to Amish country. In the meantime, we also hear from the guy who's chasing her and she's not as safe as she thinks! As the plot unfolds, we find out more about who Melissa really is and who she's running from. And to what extent her husband is involved with what's going on.

    I really liked this book! It was suspenseful and the story is revealed in bits and pieces so I had to keep listening to find out what was going to happen next. I was surprised to see the page count on the book because it moved so fast and captured my attention that I thought it had to be only a couple of hundred pages. If you like clean suspense, this is a book you'll want to read!

    Mel's Shelves

  10. says:

    This is the one book of Lewis' that I REALLY didn't like. I don't know if it's a coincidence that it's the only one I've read that she co-wrote with her husband or not.

    As I remember it, the things that bothered me most were:

    - a statement that Russians are more susceptible to corruption than people in other cultures (like, say, AMERICANS). Seems a little xenophobic to me.

    - the idea that Amish life looks like A Jane Austen novel. WHAT? Have they read Austen? I don't remember a lot of plain folks who work hard for a living and shun all things modern in Austen's works, do you?

    - I also didn't agree with some of the religious views expressed in this novel, namely the ideas regarding original sin. Of course, Lewis is altogether entitled to put forth any religious notions she wants to in her novels, and they ARE Christian fiction, but I guess it doesn't fit with my view of Christianity. Again, Lewis and I don't have to believe the same things, but in this novel it seems more like she's stating her beliefs as stone-cold facts.

    - and, last but certainly not least, I found the whole story completely implausible. But maybe that's just me!

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