• Title: A Plain Wish
  • Author: Cyndi Lord
  • ISBN: 9781937690830
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Plain Wish Just before her sixteenth birthday Kristi s world implodes when her parents divorce and remarry others who she cannot tolerate Life for her will never be the same and her only hope of escape is to
    Just before her sixteenth birthday, Kristi s world implodes when her parents divorce, and remarry others who she cannot tolerate Life for her will never be the same, and her only hope of escape is to leave both homes where she no longer feels a part Her Amish pen pal, Betty, sends a letter and Kristi decides to run away from her father s house in Batesville, Indian On hJust before her sixteenth birthday, Kristi s world implodes when her parents divorce, and remarry others who she cannot tolerate Life for her will never be the same, and her only hope of escape is to leave both homes where she no longer feels a part Her Amish pen pal, Betty, sends a letter and Kristi decides to run away from her father s house in Batesville, Indian On her journey to Lancaster, Pennsylvania, she overcomes many challenges What will happen when she arrives in a community where no cars, electricity, or worldly clothes are allowed From a background with no religious instruction, will she fit in where God and separated living dominate the Amish Will her plain wish for a new family become a reality for Kristi

    One Reply to “A Plain Wish”

    1. I usually don't read Amish books, but After reading Cyndi Lord’s They Called Me Murdered, I thought I would give it a try. I was reeled in by the story from the beginning. At first I thought Kristi was a whiny teen, which she is. Then I saw she had a right to be, considering her stepparent and parents. When she sets off, without letting either of her parents know, so she can stay with her Amish pen-pal, you get a sense of just how desperate she really is. Cyndi will keep you in stitches with s [...]

    2. Kristi should be loving her life. At 16, she has it all, but feels betrayed when her divorced parents remarry people she hates.Running away to see Betty, her Amish pen pal, she encounters many people and overcomes many challenges.This is a touching and witty tale of teenage girls, their problems and viewpoints and the cycles that the Divine Plan moves in.

    3. Good readingGood readingI like to learn how the Amlsh live this is a very good story I will read the entire collection.

    4. Okay read. Disappointed by endingI like to read books that finish at the end and not leave you hanging. Even with books that are series they end a way that they can continue. The price was more than I spend on a e-book.

    5. Finding your wayAt 16,Kristy felt unloved.her parents divorced and remarried.Kristy felt like she didn't belong anywhere.felt unwanted she decided to visit her Amish Friendy to find family and acceptance among the Amish.

    6. Good story but to me it didn't seem like "real life logic" way too much teen drama happening for me. LOL!

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