Tag Archives: Mennonite Fiction

The Miting by Dee Yoder

Leah, a seventeen-year-old Amish girl, is at the age where she can experience her period of freedom known as rumspringen before joining the Amish church.  However, she does not want freedom for parties, movies, or the English way of life.  … Continue reading

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Inescapable by Nancy Mehl

Lizzie is a young woman who left her Mennonite community and overbearing father after becoming a single mother.  When she is falsely accused of a crime and begins to receive threatening letters, she returns home hoping to prevent her daughter … Continue reading

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The Outcast by Jolina Petersheim

I selected this book because I enjoy Amish/Mennonite fiction, but I did not see the small print of “a modern retelling of The Scarlet Letter” until I picked it up to begin reading it and my heart sank a little … Continue reading

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