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A Light in the Window Audio CD – November 29, 1996
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Jan Karon is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty books, including the Mitford novels, the Father Tim novels, a popular cookbook, and several books for children. She lives near Mr. Jeffersons Monticello, a World Heritage site in Central Virginia.
- Publisher : Recorded Books, Inc. and Blackstone Publishing; Unabridged edition (November 29, 1996)
- Language : English
- Audio CD : 1 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1664620346
- ISBN-13 : 978-1664620346
- Item Weight : 11.7 ounces
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The 60-year-old Father Tim has much to learn from his parishioners and friends in this installment. His neighbor, Cynthia, also has much to teach. And Cousin Meg from Ireland ... let's just say she has much to teach as well.
This book really had me empathizing with Father Tim and Cynthia. I understand how hard it is to finally fall in love when you are older. So I read to see the thoughts of two kind people who care for each other but are perhaps set in their ways.
I thoroughly enjoyed the book and the people portrayed. In trying times, this book was a balm to my spirit. As the book focuses on Father Tim, it isn't surprising Christianity is interwoven in the story.
I strongly suggest that a reader starts at the beginning of the series (At Home in Mitford) so that the reader experiences the whole story and enjoys the book as the story grows with the characters.
The characters are well-defined and memorable. And there is romance in the novels.
If you've never read the Mitford series, then I suggest that you begin with the first novel At Home in Mitford. I believe you will want to read the entire series.
I highly recommend Jan Karon's books!