am 10. Januar 2000
I thought this book was fairly good and definitely better than Tender Mercies. But in both this book and Tender Mercies, Ingeborg and Kaaren were virutally dropped. Blessing in Disguise does deal a bit with Kaaren's school for the deaf, but otherwise there is nothing. I loved the first four books because you really got to KNOW Ingeborg and Kaaren. Who they were, their marriages, their relationship to God and each other. Now they are reduced to the most minor of characters. In fact virtually nothing happens with Ingeborg in either book. I like the how the cast of family and characters is expanding but I'd really like to get back to Ingeborg and Kaaren. Maybe I'm the only only who feels that way. I hope in future books, their story lines will be picked up again.
am 15. Februar 2000
Like all of her other books, Lauraine Snelling's Blessings in Disguise, is masterfully written. The characters are real in every sense. She takes her readers through every experience the characters have and makes you cry or share their happiness as it happens. I enjoyed Augusta and Kane's entry into the series and hope to see more of them in future books.