A Tapestry of Secrets
By Sarah Loudin Thomas / Bethany House
A Tapestry of Secrets #3, in the Appalachian Blessings series, by Sarah Loudin ThomasWatching
her granddaughter struggles for perfection, Perla Phillips decides to tell her a secret she’s kept for 60 years. She wants to show Ella that God can use even our mistakes for good. But before Perla can talk about that long ago summer, she suffers a debilitating stroke! Will the truth be locked inside of her forever?
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A Tapestry of Secrets is a fiction book provides glimpses of a grandmother’s past which could directly affect the people who are now in her present. How it will affect them is unknown; whether it will bring blessings or a curse. The grandmother’s postponement of confessing the hidden secret may have been an unfortunate choice with the events that now plague them all. Lessons are learned here in faith, forgiveness, materialism, and loving those who deserve it and do not deserve it.
I loved A Tapestry of Secrets from the moment I started reading the first page. I found it extremely hard to pull myself away from its content. There was so much intrigue, romance, and lessons to be learned throughout all of its pages…there was also an eagerness to find out what happens as well as a disappointment of the story coming to an end. A majority of the time the books I review connect with that particular season or an event in my life. This was proved to be no different; I learned a lot from A Tapestry of Secrets. I recommend A Tapestry of Secrets to all.