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Amish, Mennonite, and Ex-Amish Non-fiction and Memoirs (55 books)Saving
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Sort by : Release Date Alphabetical. Find yourself transported to an endearing community encountering challenges from the English world and unifying to reach their non-Amish neighbors, all while carefully preserving their Plain ways. Amish woman Eva Lapp is almost thirty and still unmarried. What will happen when her first love suddenly returns to Lancaster County? Can Henry stop a killer before he strikes again? But his involvement could come at a dangerous price to him and those he loves.
Think about it. You are in a box—a comfortable box, but a pretty confining one. You peek out a bit now and then, and peer around. But deep down, you know that if you step outside the box, you are speeding directly down the highway to hell and could arrive at any instant. Boom, just like that. Traumatized people often find it difficult to express their sensory experiences in rich language.
I share a bit about each book and why it made the list ended up writing nearly 7, words. Including these, there are over 50 Amish-related non-fiction books on the list. Erik, thanks for compiling this list. One time, a few years back, you had a thread where people listed book titles on the Amish that they would suggest that others read. I used that list as a go-by and purchased several, several titles. I read so many non-fiction books on the Amish that I sort of burned myself out on reading any more for a while.
Books shelved as amish-nonfiction: Amish Society by John A. Hostetler, Amish Women by Louise Stoltzfus, Called to Be Amish: My Journey from Head Majorett.
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Jump to navigation. Mumbai, Jul 26 PTI Bestselling writer Amish who has entertained readers with his mythological series on Lord Shiva and Lord Rama, has announced his entry into the non-fiction genre, with his new book, "Immortal Inida". The book which was launched over a Facebook Live session here, is a collection of the authors essays and speeches, on the "burning issues surrounding the country today", peppered with Tripathis unique perspective on them. I am excited to step into the non-fiction genre with Immortal India, and I am eager to see how my readers react to this book," said Tripathi. Published by Westland and Tranquebar Press, "Immortal India" brings together Tripathis captivating narrative style with his distinctively including original thoughts on a wide array of subjects like religion, LGBT rights, history and feminism.
Moving from the world of imagined reality to the prosaic realm of facts may be tricky, but a host of writers, including bestselling ones like Amish Tripathi, Ashwin Sanghi and Durjoy Dutta, are switching genres with ease. For someone like Tripathi, author of The Shiva Trilogy, different and unusual takes on old ideas make him the bestselling writer that he is. And now that he has turned to non-fiction, such outlook comes in handy, helping him make the transition. Taking off from his interest in mythology, Immortal India traces a civilisational journey from being Ajanaabhavarsh, Bharat, Hindustan to finally becoming India. Passion for what you are writing about, he said, was imperative, for smooth literary delivery.