The reason I was interested in reading this novel is because I had never heard of Amish people living in Mexico before and I was curious to understand what life would be like for them there. I don’t remember hearing the word “Englisher” used at all, so I came to the realization that the Amish people in this story considered the people they were living with in Mexico to be “Mexicans” instead of “Englishers”. There were some crisis situations that occurred in this story and I liked to try to figure out in my mind how the people that were trapped in them could get free from them.
The ending of this second book in “The Daughters of Caleb Bender” series will keep people hanging on for the next novel in the series.
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