“The Imposter” by Suzanne Woods Fisher {a book review by Susan Karsten}

100_8942This book was definitely a surprise. Not written in the reverent tone of some Amish fiction, and the characters much more unpredictable. I even chuckled out loud at one point. If you are a fan of the Mitford series by the fabulous Jan Karon, you will find a comparable feel within this Amish fiction book.

The author even features some lazy, deceitful, sneaky, weak, manipulative, and blabby characters. She adds some details that I’d never expected to find in an Amish book. The whole thing moved along swiftfly, and I didn’t even know who the imposters were until the very end.

You could do much worse than to pick up this entertaining novel.

Do you ever read Amish fiction? Who are your favorite authors in this genre?

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