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This Christian novella really hit the spot for me right now The author presented the beauty and majesty of nature in such a wonderful way He also represented mountain people in a very sympathetic manner that wasn t overdone I enjoyed this book and have also read other works by this author that I f A heartwarming The story warmed my heart with gut wrenching honesty about inner struggles and simple mountain wisdom and genuine love The book ably weaved stories of failure and triumph, grief and rejoicing, and loss and gain into a very enjoyable reading tapestry. This is a great book with true to life characters I would love to meet them This book was copyright in 1998 but I just discovered it I m pleased Bunn wrote displaying the Lord throughout the book It is refreshi T Davis Bunn is one amazing author He painted the most a wonderful pictures of the Shenandoah valley people s life It made me want to live in that time eventho the times werehard than we can imagine A wond This is another book I almost removed from my to read list because when I reread my review of Prayers of a Stranger I saw that I had given that book only 2 stars and had said that Bunn was an author I would not be inspired to read again I m glad I disregarded that and went ahead with this Sometimes you read a just the right book at just the right time What kept me from giving this 5 stars is that this book is very heavily Christian in some places Sometimes Heart warming Full of love, changes for the good, and God I loved this book I wish it would ve never ended. This novel is set in a small town in the Shenandoah Valley early in the 1960s The town of Hillsboro has been without a doctor for almost 3 years and the nearest hospital is at least 40 miles away over winding back roads In this community many of the residents do not have phones, they will doctor the This book had so much potential but fell short in many ways I was looking for a book to read in front of my wood burning stove that would bring feelings of comfort and warmth during this holiday season This book had the foundation for greatness poor character development was at the roo I think I would describe this book as a celebration of life and of death I enjoyed the Appalachian background and references to people who lived humbly, but with strength of character It was about accepting life, and death with grace and about finding happiness in spite of the struggle For me, Nathan s conversion to God was not the main focus of this book It wasabout learning to live with life s devastations and rising about them It was about accepting death when it comes It was abo I think I would describe this book as a An Eccentric Old Man Is Dying Of Cancer, And His Painfully Proud Daughter Must Ask An Embittered Doctor For Help In This Moving Story Of Sacrifice, Sorrow, And Redemption, A Quiet Town In The Shenandoah Valley And The Powerful City Of Washington D.C Become The Settings For A Story Of Personal Healing And Renewed Faith Written By A Beloved And Best Selling Author, One Shenandoah Winter Is A Heart Touching Novella That Reveals The True Meaning Of Christmas.