Schriener Road

Schriener Road Follow the story of Carlisle the big city doctor who leaves behind all she has worked to create in a life for herself to go back to her small town and begin again exactly where she vowed to never ret

  • Title: Schriener Road
  • Author: Allison Frohriep
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Follow the story of Carlisle, the big city doctor who leaves behind all she has worked to create in a life for herself to go back to her small town and begin again exactly where she vowed to never return To ease her transition, she meets her foremothers in the way of their journals Schriener Road tells the story of five generations of farm wives in the Schriener family.Follow the story of Carlisle, the big city doctor who leaves behind all she has worked to create in a life for herself to go back to her small town and begin again exactly where she vowed to never return To ease her transition, she meets her foremothers in the way of their journals Schriener Road tells the story of five generations of farm wives in the Schriener family Their lives span the twentieth century and beyond as wars, social unrest and personal trials interweave to form five chapters of a single story WandaLovesBooks says This book is a amazing multi generational journey of life, laughter, love and strength

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    About " Allison Frohriep "

  • Allison Frohriep

    Allison Frohriep is the author of Pitch Spin and Schreiner Road She lives in central Michigan with her husband, three young children, two dogs and a cat Allison is also a potter and enjoys playing with clay Other interests include baseball, sewing and quilting.Allison had been writing since she was a child She wrote her first novel at 11 and hasn t looked back since.

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  • I liked how each generation had it's own "voice" and enjoyed the basic premise of familial support handed down through the generations.


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