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With The Telling, Christy Award-winning author Beverly Lewis delivers the stirring conclusion to her New York Times best-selling Seasons of Grace trilogy. As an Amish young lady leaves Bird-in-Hand in a fancy car to search for her mother in Ohio, she wonders if her mom really wants to be found. She also hopes her Englisher friend—determined to forgo traditional medicine—can find the healing she seeks. But she has no idea her mom is following clues of her own.

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  • Stevon
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  • 10-27-10

end of the trilogy, end of the story

What to say, the end of the trilogy; "The Secret", "TheMissing, and now this. You pretty much learned the basics of how the story would turn out, just not the details, in the second book. I had some ideas on how I thought it would go but it was completely different than what I anticipated. Still, it was the end to a good story by the author. I don't know that I would call it exciting, sometimes it seemed even slow getting through some of the different situations. Still, if you made it through the first two stories, you'll want to listen to this one as well. A story of the human spirit, yes it is, and if you like that type of story, you'll like this one.