[ Reading ] ➿ A Change of Heart (Harmony, #5) Author Philip Gulley – Buyantivirus.us

A Change of Heart (Harmony, #5) Now In Paperback, In The Fifth Full Length Novel In The Beloved Harmony Series Philip Gulley Reunites Us With The Quirky Cast Of Quakers In Harmony, Indiana.

[ Reading ] ➿ A Change of Heart (Harmony, #5)  Author Philip Gulley – Buyantivirus.us
  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • A Change of Heart (Harmony, #5)
  • Philip Gulley
  • English
  • 26 March 2018
  • 0060834552

    10 thoughts on “[ Reading ] ➿ A Change of Heart (Harmony, #5) Author Philip Gulley – Buyantivirus.us


  1. says:

    This is probably my favorite Harmony book I was fully engaged at the end and encouraged by renewed relationships Although, I did err on the side of skeptism up until that point Love how the end of the book tied back to the beginning.


  2. says:

    Continued story of a Quaker Paster at in a small town The funny things that people do and how this pastor looks at life.


  3. says:

    This book was solidly ok I would describe it as a rambly version of Father Tim in Lake Woebegone.


  4. says:

    This is the first I ve read of this series Overall a quaint story about a Quaker minister in the Midwest.


  5. says:

    Another delightful read about Pastor Sam and the Quirky people of Harmony.


  6. says:

    plot summary what happens, when where, central characters, major conflicts return gulley takes us back to harmony, through the eyes of pastor sam this time around his worries center around deena morrison s wedding, which harmony is looking forward to as the event of the summer things get a bit riled up though when amanda hodge s parents return after a long absence they claim to have recovered from being alcoholics and to have returned to the faith, but amanda s uncle ellis is not buyin plot summary what h...


  7. says:

    Light, fun read about the life of a Quaker pastor in a small town in southern Indiana Similar feel and pace to the Mme Ramotse stories.Having been a pastor myself in a small town, lots of the humorous characters and incidents really resonated for me Perhaps that s part of why it felt enjoyable to read, not trite.That said, Gulley has some progress to make in his literary technique Or, at least, his editor does Too many abrupt and distracting changes of verb tense for my taste Multiple chang Light, fun read about the life of a Quaker pastor in a small town in southern Indiana Similar feel and pace to the Mme Ramotse stories.Having been a pastor myself in a small town, lots of the humorous characters and incidents really resonated for me Perhaps that s part of why it felt enjoyable to read, not trite.That said, Gulley has some progress to make in his literary technique Or, at least, his editor does Too many abr...


  8. says:

    I love this author Philip Gulley writes with poignancy and wisdom and a perfect sense of tongue in cheek humor Many times I laughed straight out loud as I became acquainted with the wonderful characters in this series about a ...


  9. says:

    They are all light hearted and full of wonderful and entertaining characters The books follow Sam, a pastor in a small town Quaker church, and the eclectic group of individuals who are members That being said, this was my least favorite of the series.This on...


  10. says:

    I turn to the Harmony novels when I need an escape from ugliness These calming, hilarious, true to life stories bring me to apositive mindset every time This one ends in such a beautiful wayI continue to marvel at Gulley s ability to have you laughing in on...

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