Free Read [Science Book] ↠ A Hope for Hannah - by Jerry S. Eicher ·

By Jerry S. Eicher | Comments: ( 843 ) | Date: ( May 24, 2020 )

Growing popular with each new novel over 100,000 copies in combined sales , author Jerry Eicher continues the Hannah series with this intriguing glimpse into a young Amish couple s early marriage.Hannah Byler is now married She and Jake live in a small Amish community near Montana s Cabinet Mountains, and the rough log cabin is far from everything Hannah holds dear.Growing popular with each new novel over 100,000 copies in combined sales , author Jerry Eicher continues the Hannah series with this intriguing glimpse into a young Amish couple s early marriage.Hannah Byler is now married She and Jake live in a small Amish community near Montana s Cabinet Mountains, and the rough log cabin is far from everything Hannah holds dear Anxious about her new role as wife and soon to be mother, Hannah understands she must learn to control her anxious heart if her marriage is to survive.Just as the young couple settles into their new routine, Jake loses his timber job and answers the call to ministry With winter pressing in and money scarce, Jake and Hannah discover hardships can either drive them apart or draw them closer Determined to find hope despite fearful conditions, they struggle to survive in this harsh land and bear their responsibilities with grace.


  • Title: A Hope for Hannah
  • Author: Jerry S. Eicher
  • ISBN: 9780736930444
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Jerry S. Eicher

Jerry Eicher s bestselling Amish fiction than 210,000 in combined sales includes The Adams County Trilogy, the Hannah s Heart books, and the Little Valley Series After a traditional Amish childhood, Jerry taught for two terms in Amish and Mennonite schools in Ohio and Illinois Since then he s been involved in church renewal, preaching, and teaching Bible studies Jerry lives with his wife, Tina Eicher, and their four children in Virginia.



Comments A Hope for Hannah

  • Cheryl Baranski

    This book continues the story of Hannah. Hannah is now married to Jake Byler. They live in a little cabin in the mountains of Montana. Jake loses his job with the logging company. Jake must find work to support the two of them. How will they deal with this. Will their love and faith be enough to survive? Another hit by Jerry Eicher! 5 stars!


  • Nat Kidder

    Heartfelt story of an effeminate bride who is torn between her husband's desire to open a new Amish frontier in remote Montana versus her comfy (by Amish standards) community in Indiana.Good story line and nice development of both the main characters makes this a solid Plain tale.


  • Gail

    This is the middle of 3 books. They are best if read in order but this could have been read as a stand alone. Hannah and Jake's life in Montana becomes more difficult as he loses his job and is elected a Minister in their Amish church as Winter begins.


  • Katie

    I give this book 3 stars for a good story. It was a nice read, though it didn't grip me as much as I had hoped. A Hope for Hannah is the first Amish book that I've read, and I enjoyed reading about their culture and lifestyle. Hannah seemed so young for a bride, and I was happy for her as new, exciting changes and additions came into her life, and sad for her when heartache visited her cute, little, log cabin.The way they handle their church was a little odd, I must admit. I don't understand how [...]


  • Diane U

    Jake and Hannah Byler are now married and live in a remote cabin in Montana. Hannah is lonely and misses Indiana and her parents. When things start going bad for them, she tries to talk Jake into moving to Indiana. He feels that he is meant to be there and is not ready to give up. Then something happens that makes him realize that they belong there. As a new minister, Jake accepts his new responsibility although Hannah is not ready to be a minister's wife and deal with the burdens associated wit [...]


  • DianeHolm

    Sometimes, when dreams come true, they fall short of expitations.This second book is an improvement over "A Dream for Hannah". The struggles of newly married and expectant parents Hannah and Jake Byler seem to multiply at every turn. With a cold Montana winter closing in, Hannah faces both physicial and mental challenges that are over whelming.There is deeper character development and the story line is more consistant. The descriptions were clear and believeable. The dialogue seemed a bit wordy [...]


  • Theresa

    "A Hope for Hanna" was an interesting read, but, to me, it was not as enjoyable as the first. I found Hannah hadn't really matured, and her seemingly unending whining was annoying. She seemed more worldly (in attitude) than Amish in this book, not being as submissive or faithful as I would expect. I wanted her to have grown more in both attitude and faith.The storyline is interesting, and I really enjoyed the insight of the ways of the Amish church. Mr. Eicher does a wonderful job with his descr [...]


  • Rachel

    While Jerry Eicher isn't one of the best authors of Amish fiction I've read,some of his novels like this one are sweet and interesting. His characters can be a bit flat,but the plots tend to be pleasant.


  • Margaret Chind

    *Thanks to Harvest House Publishers for providing a copy for review through FIRST Wild Card Tours.* -- Look for a preview come September


  • Debbie West

    onto book 3 love this series


  • Barbara Barber

    Another good book by Jerry Eicher. So far I have enjoyed his books.


  • Louise E.

    Good story.


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