Leah is not happy about being stuck in the hospital for the holidays while her mother is thousands of miles away on a honeymoon with husband. The Angels Trilogy book series by Lurlene McDaniel includes books Angels Watching Over Me, Lifted Up by Angels, Until Angels Close My Eyes, and several . The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Angels Trilogy by Lurlene McDaniel at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.

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If you’re not already, this trilogy isn’t strong enough to bring you into the fold. Charity, Rebekah and Ethan are nice enough, but I have the same gripes as I do with her other books: But if you want to dip your toe into this book then check out a limited preview on Google books. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices.

Stay in Touch Sign up. Ethan is now acting more English than Amish. This was similar to other books I have read by Lurlene McDaniel but also very different. I laughed, I cried Description A special collection of McDaniel’s trilogy is available in this special omnibus edition. It was a fast read – a good bit of fluff for a warm Saturday afternoon. The characters for me were kind of boring but overall, they were okay. No Saints in Kansas.

See 1 question about The Angels Trilogy…. Until she meets her hospital roommate, Rebekah, and her big family. Quick and easy reader. Seven Trees of Stone. I really like this book because one, I love lurlene mcdaniels and second it teaches me that no ma I read the first book of this trilogy and I thought it was pretty good the author kinda tries to show you through her book that miracles can really happen! From Rebekah’s handsome brother, Ethan, who can barely look Leah in the eye, to her kind older sister, Charity, the Amish family captivates Leah with its simple, loving ways.


A striking and realistic story in three books.

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Trust me you will not regret it. You know to balance the scales a bit between the two.

Whether you are religious or not this is still a good book to read. Anyway, any story involving the Amish always intrigues me, and this trilgoy was no exception. I was truly amazed at the ending, who would have thought? Until she meets her hospital roommate, Rebekah, and her big family. It is a heart wrenching story about an amish boy and an american lurlne and how their worlds meet.

Although this book trjlogy not one of the well known literary works in history, it is one we could all learn from by reading. She is well known for writing about young adults struggling with mortality and chronic illness, a career that began as a therapeutic way to deal with the trauma when her son, then 3, was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes. Sep 28, Emily Elisabeth rated it it was amazing.

The Angels Trilogy (Angels, #) by Lurlene McDaniel

I loved this series as a teenager angeks wanted to see how it held up as an adult, and it did decently! And in the second book when This author writes primarily for younger readers, but I found the theme to be universal – faith will get you through anything. May 28, Deborah Ideiosepius rated it it was ok Shelves: Nov 30, Lindsay Wilson rated it liked it. She starts to fall fast and hard for Ethan.

She also studies the Bible to help infuse her work with “the human element—the values and ethics often overlooked by the coldness of technology.

There are three stories to this series. That Inevitable Victorian Thing. I loved all three of the Angels books. Lurlene McDaniel born c. I really like this book because lurlebe, I love lurlene mcdaniels and second it teaches me that no matter what you shouldn’t give up.


I absolutely love the almost forbidden romance between a modern age girl and an Omish boy, brought together for their illnesses, well, the Omish boy’s sister’s illness. Lifted up by Angels: I borrowed this from my 14 year old niece. But i was devastated, this book is amazing and it helps anges see that sometimes we cannot explain things scientifically and we cannot change anything if it is Gods will.

Open Preview See a Problem? She is well known for writing about characters struggling with chronic and terminal illnesses, such as cancer, trilgoy, and organ failure.

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The ending was a huge bummer. Perhaps the author means to demonstrate that teenage love is ephemeral, or that people basically belong where they grow up, or can’t change or I don’t usually take books that students say I should read especially a trilogy – xngels books in one volume, but I couldn’t say no this time Leah ends up in the hospital with a broken finger.

Lurlene McDaniel writes books about people, usually children who suffer from some sort of illness. I didn’t really dislike anything in this book. Once i started reading The Angels Trilogy I constantly wanted to keep reading to find out how everything would turn. We are lulrene technical difficulties. I have read a ton of Lurlene McDaniel books and I fall more in love with each and every one. When Leah receives frightening information about her condition, her new friends show her that miracles can happen.