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Amish Snow

Amish Snow Amish Snow provides a rare insight into Amish culture as it clashes with the American counter culture of the late s Deep faith clashes with religious persecution and personal identity Rheinheimer w

Amish Snow provides a rare insight into Amish culture as it clashes with the American counter culture of the late 60 s Deep faith clashes with religious persecution and personal identity Rheinheimer weaves an engaging tale of loss, of redemption, of the triumph of the human spirit, coming of age in a dangerous time And in the face of evil that divides us, he clings firmAmish Snow provides a rare insight into Amish culture as it clashes with the American counter culture of the late 60 s Deep faith clashes with religious persecution and personal identity Rheinheimer weaves an engaging tale of loss, of redemption, of the triumph of the human spirit, coming of age in a dangerous time And in the face of evil that divides us, he clings firmly to the common bonds of human experience to show the truth that unites us Roger Rheinheimer was raised in a Mennonite community and served as an apprentice to an Amish woodworker as a teenager He earned an undergraduate degree in Behavioral Psychology from a small private college in the Shenandoah Valley, and published a short story called My Brother He was a regular contributing columnist to the college newspaper, and has been writing ever since This is his first full length novel.

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  1. Roger Rheinheimer says:
    Roger Rheinheimer Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Amish Snow book, this is one of the most wanted Roger Rheinheimer author readers around the world.

Comment 210 on “Amish Snow

  1. Steven Percifield says:
    Although I didn t interact with them, I thought I was familiar with the Amish, having seen their horses and buggies on the roads of rural Northern Indiana My views of the Amish culture have been transformed by reading this book Especially interesting was the historical perspective of their cultural roots dating back to the reformation.I enjoyed this book for the knowledge it imparted as much as for the reading entertainment it provided Thank you, Roger.

  2. John says:
    Truly a great read Couldn t put it down Great job Roger

  3. Noelle Arnold says:
    An interesting view into the world of Amish expatriation in the second half of the 20th century.

  4. Wendy says:
    This book is different from the normal Amish books I read, I would classify it as about the dark side, for lack of a better description It starts out be telling how the Amish came to be in Germany, then jumps ahead 438 years to Lancaster, PA and the story of Ezra Neuenschwander and the abuse he and his mother and siblings suffered from his Father His Father, Nathan, was abused as a child and wanted to break the cycle when he married Rebecca and he did for several years then it gradually started [...]

  5. Samantha says:
    The plot of this book had so much potential It s the story of Amish youths in and around Philadelphia trying to reconcile their conservative upbringings with the counterculture of the late 1960s I was hoping for something along the lines of a Mennonite Forrest Gump meets Go Ask Alice a culture clash 60s era nostalgia piece with a little extra edge Instead, the result was a disjointed, badly done PSA on the dangers of drug use The writing is not engaging It is neither beautiful prose, nor does it [...]

  6. Nancee says:
    The author took a very different approach in the description of the coming of age of an Amish youth in the 1960s His story reveals a darker and deep side to the Amish community, and presented a well researched representation of his character Ezra has a very difficult relationship with his father, and as a result ends up leaving his Amish community and traveling to the city to start a new life The realities regarding Rumspringa the Amish teen running around years , and the obstacles, challenges, [...]

  7. Rhonda Gayle says:
    This is a very well written and well researched book I will admit to having a hard time getting into it but then really wanted to know what was going to happen to Ezra as the book progressed I was quite shocked by many things in the book as I did not realize how wild the Amish young people behave in their running around years I also was shocked that the former Amish are the ones supplying the young people with the drugs and alcohol I was surprised that the Amish were treated with such disrespect [...]

  8. Diana Montgomery says:
    Amish Snow The BrotherhoodVol 1 Reversal of FortuneBy Roger RheinheimerI found this to be a emotional read Was nothing like other Amish stories I have read This is one of a Amish man trying to find his place It takes something bad to happen for him to see where his roots are I enjoyed the story looking forward to .

  9. Tracey says:
    This little book really gave some insight into the lives of especially teenagers, and their journey to join the congregation or not And the drug culture that prays on them as they decide.

  10. Abbey Mckibben says:
    really good i love the book and i have it signed by the author and i got to meet him in person



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