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Steve Boles Based on the novel by New York Times best selling author Beverly Lewis, The Confession is the continuing story of Katie Lapp, a young Amish woman who goes on a journey in search of her identity only to find herself embroiled in a mystery that must be solved before she can be reunited with theThe Confession TV Mini SeriesIMDb With John Hurt, Kiefer Sutherland, Max Casella, Rosemary De Angelis A tale of unique redemption, and an exploration of good and evil featuring a hitman and a Priest The Confession YouTube The ConfessionDuration TomSka ,, viewsvideos Play all Mix The Confession YouTube Try Not To Laugh Challengew Gus Johnson Duration SmoshThe ConfessionWhitlow, Robert, THE CONFESSION by ROBERT WHITLOW is a legal thriller with a difference Not only is it an exciting read, but it is an in depth study of human emotions, not at all heavy or depressing but written in such an easy manner that one literally cannot put the book down It is full of biblical truth and I found it most inspiring and thought provoking Holt Douglas is an assistant District Attorney and I told myself I wouldn t finish this series, but since I already had the sequel to The Shunning checked out and I have this need to finish what I ve started, I decided to continue on with Lewis Heritage of Lancaster County series What I found, though, was an absolute mess.The Confession is completely disjointed as we add fivecharacters to an already packed house, and the reader jumps inside a dozen people s heads Conflicts arise and disappear with little to no resolutions.With a predict I told myself I wouldn t finish this series, but since I already had the sequel to The Shunning checked out and I have this need to finish what I ve started, I decided to continue on with Lewis Heritage of Lancaster County series What I found, though, was an absolute mess.The Confession is completely disjointed as we add fivecharacters to an already packed house, and the reader jumps inside a dozen people s heads Conflicts arise and disappear with little to no resolutions.With a predictable story line, the woman she hopes to call Mother is conveniently rich, but not rich enough to keep her daughter, and Katie s excuse me, Katherine s attempts to get to know her mother are stopped after her evil stepfather, Dylan Bennett, finds out who she really is He is, of course, after her mother s money The whole long lost boyfriend is very melodramatic, very middle school, Katherine continues to be a very annoying character, and the family that raises her continues to suffer I enjoyed the first book so much that I immediately purchased the second book in the seriesThe Confession by Beverly LewisI had such a strong desire to find out what happened next that I stayed up quite late reading The Confession WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD IF YOU HAVE NOT READ THE SHUNNING So, at the end of The Shunning we find out that after Katie has left to go find her birth mother and has assumed her new life as Katherine Mayfield, a fancy Englischer instead of Katie Lapp, who she was raise I enjoyed the first book so much that I immediately purchased the second book in the seriesThe Confession by Beverly LewisI had such a strong desire to find out what happened next that I stayed up quite late reading The Confession WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD IF YOU HAVE NOT READ THE SHUNNING So, at the end of The Shunning we find out that after Katie has left to go find her birth mother and has assumed her new life as Katherine Mayfield, a fancy Englischer instead of Katie Lapp, who she was raised as, that Dan Fisher, her first love, is not, in fact, dead.The first book ends shortly after reading a letter from Dan to his sister confessing that he did not die drowning that day, but instead was sorrowful that he had chosen to let his family think that he had died, and wished to come back and confess to his family to let them know that he was not, in fact, dead for the past five years.The Confession primarily follows Katie as she goes to Canadadigua in New York to the Bennett Estate to meet her birth mother However, when she arrives she finds that there is already an Amish girl, named Katie Lapp staying at the Bennett estate, claiming to be her mother s daughter.Katherine is baffled, who is this girl Did she go to the wrong home What is going on But, out of luck she gets hired on at the Bennett estate to work as a housekeeper, and she uses the time to try to investigate further In doing so, Katherine discovers that Katie Lapp is an impostor who clearly was never Amish and has some ulterior motive for tricking Katherine s mother into thinking that she is her daughter.With a littletime it becomes clear to Katherine that her mother s husband is behind hiring Katie Lapp in an effort to steal her estate from underneath her as her mother is quickly dying from M.S Katherine needs to find a way to save her mother from being swindled by her own husband, Mr Dylan Bennett However, Mr Bennett does NOT want this to happen and makes it extremely difficult for Katherine to have a chance to prove herself to her own mother.We also learn a lotabout Dan Fisher and where he has been during the past five years, and ultimately why he chose to let his family think he was dead However, the story leaves off before he and Katherine reunite assuming that they, in fact do and I am guessing in the third book we find out if they come together and what happensI though The Confession was a great follow up to The Shunning I was so pleased by my purchase, it was entirely worth it, no question I think if you read and enjoyed The Shunning that you MUST read The Confession It is heartwarming and keeps you reading and attentive the entire read I look forward to when I can read the third book in the series Five out of five stars The Confession is book two in the The Heritage of Lancaster County trilogy by Beverly Lewis In The Shunning we met Katie Lapp, 22 year old Amish girl who feels as if she doesn t fit in Upon learning that she was adopted she is less content to continue living her plain life She ends up leaving the Amish Bishop at the altar, an act that ultimately leads to her shunning.In The Confession we see Katie, who now calls herself Katherine as she tries to find her birth mother and embraces the Engl The Confession is book two in the The Heritage of Lancaster County trilogy by Beverly Lewis In The Shunning we met Katie Lapp, 22 year old Amish girl who feels as if she doesn t fit in Upon learning that she was adopted she is less content to continue living her plain life She ends up leaving the Amish Bishop at the altar, an act that ultimately leads to her shunning.In The Confession we see Katie, who now calls herself Katherine as she tries to find her birth mother and embraces the English way of life I m going to admit, I was fairly frustrated with Katherine in this book She was all too willing to completely forget a mother and father who loved and raised her in her desperate attempt to find the woman who gave her up at birth It s nice that her mother turned out to be a decent lady but I was very frustrated, nonetheless that Rebecca Lapp, the adoptive mother, has been cast aside with certain ingratitude.Overall I did enjoy the book I am enjoying seeing a side to Amish culture that many other fiction writers of the genre will steer clear of By learningabout their belief system and culture, I feel as if I have a better insight into their personal lives and their faith She s very accurate in her descriptions which I find fascinating For example, I found it interesting to learn that the Amish Ladies of Lancaster County do not use buttons Why I find this fascinating is beyond me, but for the reader who enjoys learning authentic facts about the Amish and Mennonite, Beverly Lewis does an exceptionally accurate account of their culture, lifestyles and beliefs I m giving this book 4 of 5 stars simply because of the frustration I felt with Katherine and her obvious disregard for her adoptive mother I sincerely hope that this issue resolves itself satisfactorily in the third book, The Reckoning An awesome book If you enjoyed The Shunning, you will love this book As usual, Beverly Lewis has added some twists and turns along the way. The sequel to The Shunning hasaction, but is alsodisjointed We are inside a dozen different people s heads, and the result is a literary mess, in my opinion The action is interesting, if somewhat predictable The forshadowing is too obvious same in the first book And the lead character seems to be a bit stupid I know she grew up Amish, but there s a difference between naivete and stupidity The author clearly doesn t know it But maybe I m assuming too much, not being familiar The sequel to The Shunning hasaction, but is alsodisjointed We are inside a dozen different people s heads, and the result is a literary mess, in my opinion The action is interesting, if somewhat predictable The forshadowing is too obvious same in the first book And the lead character seems to be a bit stupid I know she grew up Amish, but there s a difference between naivete and stupidity The author clearly doesn t know it But maybe I m assuming too much, not being familiar with Amish culture I don t know how her upbringing would have affected her actions Anyway I may finish the series I haven t decided yet I liked this story but it was predictable and Just a wee bit disappointed that her Amish mother was not givencredit for raising her On the next book in series Update 7 23 2018 This book..I m 100 pages in and I have many many opinions.Katie is a very good protagonist but at the same time TELL HER ALREADY Just don t pretend to be a housemaid.Speaking of which, Laura is killing me of course she is a living saint Her husband though Katie s parents haven t changed but yet at the end of the prior book they were like here is cash OkHer Mennonite cousin annoyed me too But the kicker has to be Daniel My general reaction to him still is this though Update 7 23 2018 This book..I m 100 pages in and I have many many opinions.Katie is a very good protagonist but at the same time TELL HER ALREADY Just don t pretend to be a housemaid.Speaking of which, Laura is killing me of course she is a living saint Her husband though Katie s parents haven t changed but yet at the end of the prior book they were like here is cash OkHer Mennonite cousin annoyed me too But the kicker has to be Daniel My general reaction to him still is this though He is just annoying me the most I get he faked his death and wants to go see his family and his Katie again he is in for a shock but he is just as annoying as I expected him to be at this point I hope he isn t one of these when he finds out Update 7 24 2018 I love how obviously fake the fake Katie is and nobody is calling her out on it yet Kinda hysterical actually Katie s mother Rebecca is the most realistic thus far But Mary needs to take a cold shower She is pining away for the man who shunned her best friend, was her best friend s future husband, oh and just so happens to be the BISHOP and has kids already but wants her best friend back in the worst way Mary sure is something This is pretty accurately portraying her thus far And Daniel.oh dumb dumb Daniel Can t wait for the band aid to be ripped off.Update 7 25 2018 This book made me laugh towards the end She gets fired by Laura s husband after she basically reveals who she is then remembers the dress as proof Could have waltzed in there with it from the get go and then they could have done a DNA test Katie Then the fake one cracks and out goes Dylan as well without much of a resolution Jail Private account in the Switzerland or something But Katie and her mom are back together so yay Speaking of Katie, let s just address her Amish family Her parents redeemed themselves They easily could have said No Mary kinda redeemed herself but still is the gif previously posted in my opinion Daniel..she spotted him and didn t recognize him He still annoys me though Also, Katie and the artist must be a thing in the third one I assume Overall, I liked this one better than it s predecessor But it was equally as all over the place as the first one Is this story never going to end So convenient that her birth mom happens to be rich and is pretty nearly a perfect saint Drove me crazy And the part about her long lost boyfriend This is like something I would have written in fourth grade. This one ranged between a 4 and a 3 for me The ending was definitely a 4, but for most of the book, I kept thinking about how I liked the first book better, so I m going to stick with the 3 Once again, this isn t a literary masterpiece of a book, but I did enjoy it Beverly Lewis tells the sweet kind of story that you would see on Lifetime or Hallmark I m on a roll with these books lately , so even though they re not very deep, they re enough to leave you feeling warm and fuzzy Once again, I This one ranged between a 4 and a 3 for me The ending was definitely a 4, but for most of the book, I kept thinking about how I liked the first book better, so I m going to stick with the 3 Once again, this isn t a literary masterpiece of a book, but I did enjoy it Beverly Lewis tells the sweet kind of story that you would see on Lifetime or Hallmark I m on a roll with these books lately , so even though they re not very deep, they re enough to leave you feeling warm and fuzzy Once again, I enjoyed the characters, and I enjoyed following Katie s story I said that I didn t enjoy this one as much as the first, but that is only because there is less of the Amish culture in this one versus The Shunning Sure, many of the characters from Hickory Hollow are still here, but the story is less focused on them and so on Katie s trip to New York A side note on the characters did Rebecca bother anyone else in this book I wasn t really sure how to take the whole losing her mind thing It didn t seem to go very well with the story The plot in this installment seemed to take longer to flesh out Most of the book is spent caught up in the deception don t want to spoil it , and Katie doesn t actually meet her mother until the end of the story It was fun to read along and see if they would figure out who the impostor was, but after so long, I was surprised that no one had figured out the obvious yet I didn t dwell on that too much though because I knew this would be a predictable story, and knowing that going into it helped make it that muchenjoyable To be honest, I didn t even think that I would continue on with the last book until the last 30 or so pages I m dying to finish Katie s story and see what happens next While not the most literary stories I ve read, I ve enjoyed them and they ve been just the amount of fluff that I ve been needing