A season on the wind

Suzanne Woods Fisher

Book - 2021

"After a long absence, Ben Zook returns to his childhood home of Stoney Ridge in search of a rare bird. He plans to find the bird and leave rather than pick up where he left off. But he soon discovers that even if you try to forget the past, the past remembers you"--

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Romance fiction
Christian fiction
Grand Rapids, Michigan : Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group [2021]
Main Author
Suzanne Woods Fisher (author)
Item Description
Includes questions for discussion and author's note.
Physical Description
310 pages ; 22 cm
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Review by Booklist Review

Renowned rare bird photographer and best-selling author Ben Zook's next book depends on an elusive bird seen in the Amish community of Stoney Ridge, Pennsylvania, and he will do anything to get a photo of it. But this may mean returning to the Amish home he abandoned decades ago. While Ben prefers to forget his painful past, Penny Weaver has never forgotten him. For 23 years, she has waited on the Lord to fulfill her prayer for Ben's return, but she learns that the boy she fell in love with may have flown too far from the home nest. Woods Fisher uses the intriguing arts and sciences of birding and wildlife photography to reveal unexpectedly rich truths about pain, healing, and spiritual connection within the natural world. She approaches subjects of depression and suicide with compassion, and her thematically compelling storytelling will inspire discussion. Woods Fisher's relatable characters bring to life the experience of birding as a passion, a career, an escape, and, most revealingly, a way of understanding life both in its patterns and its unpredictability.

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