"Mitford isn't a journey but a destination,"---The Denver Post. In this fifth novel of the beloved series, Mitford's longtime Episcopal priest, Father Tim, retires. But when he agrees to serve as interim minister of a small church on Whitecap Island, he discovers new challenges and adventures---and another group of unforgettable characters! 368 pages, hardcover from Penguin Putnam.
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Customer Reviews for A New Song, Mitford Series #5
I so enjoy this series. This is my fifth book from - I have nine. I am sharing with others as it is so good to read something that is uplifting, warmhearted, funny and reminds me that there are many good people in this world.
I started this thinking I would just read the first one "Home In Mitford" now I can't put them down, I really enjoy the stories of all the people. I would and have recommended these books. Please give yourself a wonderful treat and enjoy the Mitford series.
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Review 3 for A New Song, Mitford Series #5
Date:January 31, 2004
Enter the town of Mitford and you will never want to leave. Curling up with one of Jan Karon's books is like visiting with a best friend. She is one of the best Christian authors today.
Father Tim and the other members of the Mitford series are like comfortable friends. The situations they face are real, yet, not overwhelming. There is more living to be done by the inhabitants of Mitford. I look forward to the opportunity of reading what Jan comes up with next.
I'm finishing reading this series for 2nd time. I love the characters. Please write more!!!Also, read the last book on the wedding, and I just don't want to part company with these delightful characters~~~they are so real.
This was a marvelous and wonderful book. The whole Mitford series are some of the best books I have ever read...they make you laugh, cry andteach you about every day life with God involved. I can honestly say,they are the best books I haveread in a long time...