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ISBN:1594152306
Author: Cindy Woodsmall
ISBN13: 978-1594152306
Title: When the Morning Comes (Sisters of the Quilt, Book 2)
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Language: English
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Publisher: Walker Books (April 15, 2008)
Pages: 320

When the Morning Comes (Sisters of the Quilt, Book 2) by Cindy Woodsmall



When the Morning Comes (Sisters of the Quilt, book ISBN. 140007293X (ISBN13: 9781400072934). When the Morning Comes is book two in the Sisters of the Quilt Trilogy.

Book Two in the Sisters of the Quilt series. Read an excerpt of When the Morning Comes. Hampered by limited education and hiding her true identity, Hannah struggles to navigate the confusing world of the.

When the Morning Comes is a continuation of the lives of dearly loved characters from the best-selling novel and 2007 ECPA Finalist When the Heart Cries. When the Morning Comes, Sisters of the Quilt Series (9781400072934) by Cindy Woodsmall. Woodsmall’s fantastic second book in the Sisters of the Quilt series continues the story of Hannah Lapp. Keep the tissues nearby - Hannah’s tale will tug hard at the heartstrings. Readers will find themselves cheering Hannah on through her ordeals and hating to put the book down. Cindy Woodsmall writes real-real people, real conflicts, real emotions. When you open her book, you enter her world and live the story with the characters. Kim Vogel Sawyer, author of Where Willows Grow and Waiting for Summer’s Return.

Read an excerpt of When the Morning Comes, the second book in the Sisters of the Quilt series, by New York Times best-selling Amish fiction author Cindy. Excerpt ~ When the Morning Comes. Chapter One. Hannah gripped the railing as the train squealed and moaned, coming to a halt. He stepped off the train with her bag in hand and turned to help her onto the platform. It’s bad out here tonight. Excerpted by permission of WaterBrook Press, a division of Random House, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.

When Morning Comes is a fine rendering of struggle and joy that resonates long after the last words are read. Jane Kirkpatrick, award-winning author of the Change and Cherish Series, including A Tendering in the Storm. Praise for the Sisters of the Quilt Series. The second book of the "Sisters of the Quilt" series takes readers out of the Amish community. Hannah has fled and must learn how to live among the Englisch. Thankfully, she finds herself among people who care about her and want to help her succeed.

WHEN THE MORNING COMES opens with Hannah broken in body and spirit. She’s made it to Alliance, Ohio, where she believes her father’s estranged twin, Zabeth, might take her in. Unable to find her aunt, Hannah ends up hospitalized and under the care of Dr. Lehman. Woodsmall includes some nice sub-themes here, picking up the loose ends from book one. Hannah’s troubled 15-year-old sister Sarah discovers the full extent of the damage she did to Hannah, and this knowledge sends her over the edge of reason into mental illness. Soon, barns burn down under mysterious circumstances and Sarah roams the Amish community, looking for Hannah and a baby. But Sarah’s stubborn father refuses to believe Sarah needs more help than God and the community can offer, and soon Sarah’s mother, already bitter about his treatment of Hannah, turns against him. Will she lose both.

When the Morning Comes is book two in the Sisters of the Quilt series. Book 2 in the Sisters of the Quilt Amish Series.

Sisters of the Quilt: The Complete Trilogy by Cindy Woodsmall. For more help see the Common Knowledge help page. When her relationship with Paul comes to an end, Hannah Lapp heads to Ohio in hopes of finding refuge with another Amish outcast, and a deepening friendship with Martin Palmer helps her cope as she struggles to understand the contemporary world. see all 2 descriptions.

Hampered by limited education and hiding her true identity, Hannah struggles to navigate the confusing world of the Englischers. Back in Owl’s Perch, Pennsylvania, Paul is wracked with regret over his treatment of Hannah.

Sequel to When the Heart Cries. Her relationship with former fiancé Paul Waddell in tatters, Hannah Lapp has fled her home in hopes of finding refuge with another Amish outcast, her shunned Aunt Zabeth in Ohio. Hampered by limited education and hiding her true identity, Hannah struggles to understand the confusing world of the Englischers and embrace unfamiliar freedoms, but a deepening friendship with the handsome Martin Palmer renews her courage to face the future. Meanwhile, Hannah's absence and the distressing events that led to her disappearance create turmoil among her loved ones in Owl's Perch, Pennsylvania. Rich with authentic details of Amish community and powerful in its theme of hope beyond measure, this novel succeeds as a compelling follow-up to When the Heart Cries.
Reviews: 7
Wnex
The second book of the "Sisters of the Quilt" series takes readers out of the Amish community. Hannah has fled and must learn how to live among the Englisch. Thankfully, she finds herself among people who care about her and want to help her succeed. They are patient, most of the time, and sympathetic to her unique needs.

Hannah's situation gives readers an interesting perspective about the Amish. Away from her familiar community, Hannah must overcome challenges such as proving her identity, gaining an education, and learning to use technology.

The story isn't entirely about Hannah's experiences among the Englisch, though. author Cindy Woodsmall keeps readers up-to-date about developments in Hannah's home community: what's happening with her sister, her brother and sister-in-law, her ex-fiance', her best friend, and her parents. The story goes back and forth between two worlds. To learn if they are separated forever, readers must move on to the third book. I'm eager to do just that.
heart of sky
After reading the first book "When the heart cries" -( which I put aside for a couple of weeks at first because it was so depressing although when I picked it up again I found it a very good read - I just wasn't in the mood for the first one at that time). I couldn't wait to begin this one "When morning comes" and it has been so interesting I hated for it to end. Hannah is not an unbeleivable person of great strenght and courage but a person who because of a real need and a positive determination managed to overcome so many obstables to her young life from a very terrible experience she was not able to avoid that she inspired me to work harder at overcoming obstacales in my life. This is a well written book and I recommend it to everyone. The characters are so well defined that they just come to life. I always get the set of books at once because I want the next one ready when I am and I have the third "When the soul mends" and will start it right away. Cindy Woodsmall knows how to carry a good story line from beginning to end , no tiresome pages are in this book - everything leads to a place where another part is alreaday in the making and the interest just heightens.
Kiutondyl
Good, clean stories and yet very interesting. I love the lifestyle of the Amish, which Woodsmall uses as her background. I read this series quite awhile ago, but I remember they kept my interest. Woodsman writes about every day life among the Amish, relationships, and spirituality.
Grari
I initially read Bk. 1 in the series and enjoyed it so much that I purchased Bk. 2 and Bk. 3. I "needed" to know what happened next. It's a beautiful story of Amish/Plain family life but reveals the pain when one falls into disfavor with the religious leaders. It's a beautiful story of love and forgiveness, involving family relationships and community friends.
Keel
It was interesting but frustrating at the same time I don't like how people say they love one another yet they don't talk things through and run off. Assuming what is going on without finding out the truth of what you saw that frustrates me to no end. In real life I have always been taught that things do not look like it seems always hear both sides then decide.
Keramar
I purchased the first book of this series "When the Heart Cries" craving something new to read and wasn't quite sure exactly what. Being that this book was in the Christian section of the book store and it's story line was based on the Amish society, I took a chance on it. After reading the first one I was hooked and purchased the following two, "When the Morning Comes" and "When the Soul Mends". The reason I give this series of books 4 stars is just because it seemed a bit draggy towards the ending section of this second one. I thought to myself, "get on with it" and I admit to flipping to the middle of the third book to see where the story was leading. After peaking, I was again interested in knowing the whole story. I am glad to have this series on my shelf and have already passed it along to a friend who is right now on the third book and is enthralled with it, anxious to know the ending.
Daizil
Hard times for all in different ways. Such close family ties can't be broken, and yet, each person goes their own way. On to the final book! Touching stories!
I truly enjoyed this series of three books Cindy Woodsmallis a wonderful Amish writer.