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Tuesday, November 5, 2013

The Path to Piney Meadows by Gail Sattler (Review)

The Path to Piney Meadows

by Gail Sattler

(I received this book for review purposes.)

Genre- Fiction / Christian / Romance
Published by- Abingdon Press 
Copyrighted- 2013
Number of pages- 336
Age Group- Adult
Description of book- paperback, listed price- $14.99, ISBN 978-1-4267-355-0

In The Path to Piney Meadows, by Gail Sattler, Chad Allen has left Minneapolis where is home and job were located.  He gets stranded in Piney Meadows, a Mennonite town.  He decides to accept a job position and really begins to enjoy the people and their faith.

He becomes good friends with Anna and he helps her prepare for her move to a larger city.  As they help each other, they realize they care about one another.

Anna is still planning on moving to the city and Chad is facing a personal problem from when he lived in the city.  What will happen to their relationship?

About the Author- Gail Sattler currently lives in Canada.  She is the author of 21 novels and 12 novellas.  Her websites are and

My Thoughts- I really enjoyed reading The Path to Piney Meadows, by Gail Sattler.  I have read Amish, contemporary, and historical Christian fiction, but never Christian fiction that included the Mennonites, and I loved it.

It was an interesting mix of today’s society and the Mennonites.  I would have enjoyed more information about the Mennonites in the book.  I really didn’t learn very much other than they didn’t really drive, but they did have phones in their houses.

I thought Chad’s attention to his hens was fabulous.  I have never known anyone who enjoyed their chickens so much.

I highly recommend reading The Path to Piney Meadows to learn more about Chad and Anna, the young woman who helps him adjust to life in the small Mennonite community.

Disclosure of Material Connection- I received The Path to Piney Meadows by Gail Sattler for free from Abingdon Press.  I was not required to write a positive review.  The opinions I have expressed are my own.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.  All links were current when posted.

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