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The Secrets Beneath

The Secrets Beneath

By Kathleen Fuller
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.95 Stars

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On 4/6 Elly Filho wrote: ... I think it’s a fun book for a teen/Girl to read. One thing she learned is that with bad choices in life comes bad consequences. Just like real life we should always try to make that better choice so things can work out. With prayer and God’s help everything is possible :)........ { The Secrets Beneath } Book Review

Elly Filho's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/14 Michelle Wegner wrote: Living in Northern Indiana, we have a large Amish community just minutes from our house. I thought this would be an interesting read for my older girls, since they are very curious about the Amish way of life. From the cover: Rebekah Yoder has always been curious . . . or nosy depending on whom you ... Slow and Sweet

Michelle's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/29 alissabeth taylor wrote: I am a huge fan of Amish fiction books. While this book is geared more toward youth, I figured I wouldn’t mind having a read myself as the description seemed interesting. I found the book interesting, but for an adult it isn’t as suspenseful as I would assume a younger person would find it. While ... Good Read for 8-13

alissabeth's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/17 lemonysnickable wrote: Secrets Beneath is the second book in series called The Mysteries of Middlefield. All books are geared towards a YA audience about various Amish heroines finding themselves solving various mysteries. The Secrets Bemeath is about Bekah and her love of reading Nancy Drew mysteries. Bekah lves her heroine ... A Good Read

lemonysnickable's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/12 Reana Claire wrote: The book I received not too long ago is the first fiction book I ordered from Booksneeze. The Secrets Beneath by Kathleen Fuller is suitable for younger generation and my son had finished reading it within a few days. It is about a young girl, Bekah who has a suspicious mind of what's-going-on next ... The Secrets Beneath

Reana's Rating:

2 Stars

On 1/12 apple blossom wrote: In her second book of this juvenile series, The Mysteries of Middlefield, Kathleen Fuller has brought to life yet another mystery.  This time the main character is Rebekah Yoder.  This book though book two in a series can stand alone and book one doesn't need to be read first.  In this ... The Secrets Beneath by Kathleen Fuller

apple blossom's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/11 Brittany Thomason wrote: I read this book and I really liked it. It had a lot of suspense and adventure. In the beginning it starts of with the main character Rebekah Yoder. She is a girl who is very curious and likes to always figure out everything around her even if it gets her into trouble. She is always watching the house ... The Secrets Beneath

Brittany Thomason's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/11 Tamara Richter wrote: Bekah Yoder is a curious yet well-meaning Amish girl living in Middlefield. Her story here begins when she sees a stranger poking around the deserted house next door. Then, Bekah's sister Amanda comes to live with her and her family for the school-year, yet Bekah's parents will not tell her why. Bekah ... Review of The Secrets Beneath

Tamara's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/8 Fifth Street Mama wrote: Rebekah Yoder has always been curious . . . or nosy depending on whom you ask. When a Yankee stranger moves into the house next door, she’s fascinated. Who is this strange old man who never waves or smiles? When Bekah sees him digging holes in his back yard, she’s sure there is a case to be solved.Unfortunately, ... Book Review- The Secrets Bebeath By Kathleen Fuller

Fifth Street Mama's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/8 Cora Hicks wrote: When I first heard about The Secrets Beneath by Kathleen Fuller I was pretty excited. It’s about an Amish girl who sees a man digging in the yard of the house next door and tries to find out what is going on. There were three reasons I thought I would like the book. One, it’s about the Amish. ... The Scoop on The Secrets Beneath by Kathleen Fuller

Cora's Rating:

2 Stars