What a delightful booK! It will surprise you, teach you, and help you see yourself differently. I laughed, cried, and even got angry at some of the characters! David Stoltzfus and his six children are making a go at life without their beloved mother and wife in a new town and a new church. David has even taken on a new role as the new minister and runs the Bent and Dent Store. He has no idea what he has signed on for or what kind of church or town he has landed in. But he feels God has called him. His two oldest, Katrina and Jesse bring more than their fare share of dilemmas adding more onto his shoulders. Many of the people in this town are familiar from other Suzanne Woods Fisher’s books which adds depth to the story but you can read this as a stand alone.The wisdom she passes on through her words are ageless. I had to keep reading as though a magnet was pulling me through the pages. What a darling but poignant book The Imposter is for the reader! I highly recommend it!
I was given a copy by Net Galley for my honest review which I have given.