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The Revelation by Beverly Lewis Review

Title: The Revelation

Author: Beverly Lewis

First published June 1, 2005

346 pages, Paperback

ISBN: 9780764228742 (ISBN10: 0764228749)

Rating: 4.31


Beverly Lewis’ captivating novel, The Revelation, introduces us to Leah Ebersol and her sister Sadie, who have kept a secret that could tear their families apart. However, Leah finds renewed hope in Jonas Mast, and their relationship blossoms.

But as events unfold, it becomes clear that their secret may come to light, and the consequences could be disastrous. Will Leah and Sadie’s secret be revealed, or can they keep it hidden and save their families from further turmoil?

Find out in this beautifully repackaged bestseller.

About the Author

Meet Beverly Lewis, an award-winning author for over 12 years. Raised in Pennsylvania Amish country, Beverly is not only a talented writer, but also a schoolteacher and accomplished musician.

Her novel, The Preacher’s Daughter, was a finalist for the Quill Book Award in the romance category in 2006. Beverly’s books have appeared on several bestseller lists, such as USA Today and The New York Times.

She currently resides in Colorado with her husband, David.

Editoral Review

Beverly Lewis is a bestselling author in the genre of Christian fiction, and her novel The Revelation, first published in 2005, is a testament to her storytelling abilities. Set in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, the heart of the Amish community, this novel follows the story of an Amish woman named Annie Zook, who faces internal struggles and conflicts that threaten to unravel her faith.

The Revelation is a heart-warming tale that weaves together themes of family, faith and love. Lewis is a skilled writer, and her descriptive prose brings to life the idyllic setting of Lancaster County.

She crafts her characters with great care, imbuing them with a depth and complexity that keeps readers invested in their journey. The plot revolves around Annie’s struggle to come to terms with her past and the consequences of her actions.

As she faces these challenges, she must also navigate a complicated love triangle that could have lasting consequences for her and those around her. One of the most significant strengths of this novel is its careful attention to detail, particularly when it comes to the culture and customs of the Amish community.

Lewis does an excellent job of presenting Amish life in a way that is both accurate and respectful, and this insight adds an extra layer of depth to the story. Despite these strengths, however, there are some aspects of The Revelation that fall short.

The pacing, in particular, can feel slow at times, making it difficult to maintain momentum. Overall, however, The Revelation is an excellent read, particularly for those who enjoy historical fiction or Christian fiction.

It deals with themes of forgiveness, redemption, and the importance of faith in the face of adversity. Though it is not a perfect book, it is an enjoyable and engaging story that is well worth the read.

Rating: 4/5

Recommendation: This book is ideal for anyone interested in Amish culture, Christian fiction, or historical fiction. It would make an excellent addition to any reader’s bookshelf.