He had an inner longing to belong to somebody. I can't wait to read about Max Meyer a Wall Street sort of guy, and Jefferson Canfield who was incarcerated for 10 years, Willie Mae and Hock Canfield all who were running from Shiloh to hide something. I've got to find out why Jefferson was incarcerated. If you've never read any Thoene booksI know you'll be glad that you started.
The final book of the series Shiloh Legacy follow s Jefferson Canfield the son of Willa-Mae and Hock Canfield, Ellis Warner a medical doctor who is trapped into doing things other than what he vowed upon becoming a doctor, Birch Tucker who entered Jefferson's life after Jefferson saved his two sons from drowing in a river and a new comer David Meyer trying to escape the mob leader from New York and his final realization that small town has a lot to offer a person looking for a second chance.
Thi The final book of the series Shiloh Legacy follow s Jefferson Canfield the son of Willa-Mae and Hock Canfield, Ellis Warner a medical doctor who is trapped into doing things other than what he vowed upon becoming a doctor, Birch Tucker who entered Jefferson's life after Jefferson saved his two sons from drowing in a river and a new comer David Meyer trying to escape the mob leader from New York and his final realization that small town has a lot to offer a person looking for a second chance. This book follows the crash of the stock market, company owners who do not see his workers as persons but a way to get as much money with the least amount of responsibility toward his workers and others who was caught up on the dream of becoming rich from the growth of the stock market.
I love that Jefferson is finally after many years rejoined with his parents. Nov 20, Jeni Enjaian rated it liked it Shelves: I may have just finished this book yesterday but I've already forgotten many of the details. For me that means that the book wasn't good or bad enough to make an impression.
It's middlingly better than the first two books in the series because once again the Thoene's narrow the scope of the book. I will say though, the mobster chasing Max and Davey to Shiloh Also, the Thoenes seem to come close so many times to portraying difficulties in the lives of their major "good" character I may have just finished this book yesterday but I've already forgotten many of the details. Also, the Thoenes seem to come close so many times to portraying difficulties in the lives of their major "good" characters that are realistic and don't always end positively.
However, they don't quite make it which for me makes this book and these types of books a little less enjoyable. The difficulties and the resolutions are exaggerated. It's a decent book but definitely nowhere near a masterpiece. Mar 17, Angela rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I like this book almost as much as the first two in the series but left off one start because of the ending.
After the reading about and being emotionally immersed in the troubles of life toward the end of I sincerely doubt that everything could have ended so perfectly. The conclusion was just a bit too tidy and unrealistic considering the ups and downs of life that had been portrayed throughout the entire series.
Otherwise this was a fantastic book and I would definitely recommend the tril I like this book almost as much as the first two in the series but left off one start because of the ending. Otherwise this was a fantastic book and I would definitely recommend the trilogy to others.
Third in the 'Shiloh legacy' series. This draws together threads from the first two books, although it could probably be read as a stand-alone novel. The story revolves around a large number of situations, gradually interweaving characters' lives, with a low-key Christian theme moving throughout: Satisfying ending; eye-opening from the point of view of US history. Nov 07, Marlo rated it liked it Shelves: My to-read list is a mile long, and I'm currently reading several books for other purposes, so possibly that has affected my thoughts about this book.
I generally appreciate the Thoenes' books for their historical insight and accuracy and for their faith-based encouragement. This book delivers that, but it just didn't hold my attention like others. I confess I skimmed the last third of it just so I could finish and move on. Sep 17, Angie rated it really liked it.
I'd actually rate it 3 and a half. Its a good book, with very interesting, twisted and different stories but the one thing they have in common apart from "Love" is a sort of depressing feel. Each story gave me the same feelings and it wasn't love and usually not sympathy.
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Is it worth reading? Possibly yes, possibly no. May 19, Barrington Library added it. It follows 5 groups of people and keeps you wondering how they will all fit together. What is the author's purpose for bringing a person up. It took a little to keep track of everyone, but I enjoyed the book. Mar 04, Dorothea rated it really liked it. Apr 22, Allison rated it really liked it. Third and final book in the series. Satfyin ending though I whish some of the endings would have been elaborated on a little bit more. But I enjoyed reading this series and learning more about the time frame around the great depression.
Aug 30, Mika rated it really liked it. A really good ending to this story, I like it when all ends are tied up. The way the US history is woven in to this story is very well done-it almost reads like a story that really could have taken place. May 25, Elaine rated it really liked it. The third book in the Shiloh series.
Bodie Thoene is a master of historical fiction. The three books are almost hard to read because of the description of the times, but the faith of the characters pulls them and you through. Mar 12, Karen rated it really liked it. I really enjoyed this series of 3 historical, Christian novels.
Easy to read, but not "too" easy. I loved following the soldiers back to the United States after WWI and how their lives continued to intertwine. May 05, Universitybabe rated it really liked it. From war to crash to depression we have followed them far. From one of the other origional four points of view--a war vet turned financial reporter. I had to keep reading.
Sep 19, Emo rated it it was amazing. These authors researched their ancestors and wrote about their lives. Some of the stuff is fiction, but a lot of the stories are true. Aug 10, Deon Engelbrecht added it. I think it started a bit slow but once I got more than half way I could not put it down. Some great life lessons in the book as well. Jan 30, Emily Wilding rated it it was amazing.
I really liked this whole 3-book series.
It gives insight into the depression era. Jun 30, Nancy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Best one so far. There is humor and heart ache. I don't usually read historical fiction but this book grabbed me and didn't let me go. Plus it has a great ending!http://ipdwew0030atl2.public.registeredsite.com/247129-how-to.php
Say to This Mountain
Sep 22, Melinda rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Those who love romance and a bit of history. I loved this book because it made the peoples life so real and easy to believe. I also enjoyed the plot because of the redemptive qualities it has put together. Jan 09, Hope rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jun 25, Tisha rated it really liked it. This was a pretty depressing read and things were probably resolved too quickly in the end.
Say to This Mountain (Shiloh Legacy #3) by Bodie Thoene
However, I fell in love with all of the characters. The author does such a good job of characterization. Apr 25, Lila rated it it was amazing Shelves: The seemingly unmovable mountains in their lives were small compared to the yearnings in their hearts- City-boy Davey Meyer, street-smart and gutsy, had this inner longing too belong to somebody-.
Max Meyer, a city-boy grown up and a Wall Street regular, also wanted to belong. Jefferson Canfield had been unjustly incarcerated for a decade. But his escape didn't mean freedom he didn't really belong anywhere until he came home to Shiloh-. Lily's husband had died not long after their baby was conceived. Could she ever feel she belonged to anyone again? And for ten years they had made a life for themselves far away from Shiloh and the killing. Now it seemed to have found them once again. Like his father before him, Ellis Warne belonged in the medical profession.
But now he was required to do some things that made him wonder if he could remain a doctor-. Becky Warne's empty arms reflected her empty heart.