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The Will of Wisteria
The Will of Wisteria
Author: Denise Hildreth
Charleston blue-blood Edward Ravenel "got religion" late in life; so late, turns out his kids never took to it. They're all "no count" to his way of thinking. So he's left a provisional will. Had each of them kidnapped for the reading, even. (No one ever said he was lucid there at the end!) — Now they're going to h...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781595542090
ISBN-10: 1595542094
Publication Date: 10/9/2007
Pages: 320
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 46 ratings
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Book Type: Paperback
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I really enjoyed this book. It is a tale of a great fortune and an unusual will. I found the characters well written and some very touching and believable situations. I would definitely recommend this book.
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Four self absorbed and spoiled rich siblings are waiting to find out what their father has left them in their will. When they hear the stipulations that he has placed on their inheritance, they are all outraged to find that they will have to completely change their lives for an entire year and do as instructed if they want to be eligible to find out what he has left them. With the stakes being so high, they plunge into this new year of their lives and in the process enormous changes take place. How will the year end?

This book has been out for several years but I just finished reading it. I must say that I am completely impressed. If you have read many of my recent reviews you will know that I have been somewhat disappointed with several of the new offerings in the Christian fiction market. They just seem to be making lip service to God and do not make a real impact for Christianity at all. This book is different.

Here you have a fantastic tale of pain, remorse, greed, desire, selfishness, heartache and redemption that will keep you captivated and intrigued from page one. All four siblings are spotlighted with a close-up description of their choices and actions throughout that year. The ending will keep you glued to your seat and is completely satisfying. The story is greatthe spiritual lessons are even greater. This is one book that truly provides a great story while teaching a valuable spiritual lesson as well. If, like me, you find yourself tired of the contrived and false plots of so many of the new books, do yourself a favor and read this one. You wont be disappointed.
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Loved this book. Have been a huge fan of Denise's books since her first, and this one is just as great as the others. She really brings the characters to life, and adds a touch of humor.


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