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In This Mountain (Mitford Years, #7)

The seventh novel of Karon’s beloved series is now available in paperback. Father Tim and Cynthia are back home in Mitford, where they find change in the air: a haircut price war that takes no prisoners and a risky new menu item at the Grill.


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    Mike (the Paladin)

    I’m not going to rate this book…I’ll explain why.

    I noted in an earlier review that many consider these “women’s books”. I questioned what makes a book a “woman’s book”? Then I found A Common Life: The Wedding Story, the wedding book and I couldn’t take it. So I guess I may have gotten my answer though some may not agree. To me that book was so totally an emotional story it seemed estrogen soaked. I put it aside and didn’t try to rate or review it. I figured, “hey I get it, some people just wan

    I noted in an earlier review that many consider these “women’s books”. I questioned what makes a book a “woman’s book”? Then I found A Common Life: The Wedding Story, the wedding book and I couldn’t take it. So I guess I may have gotten my answer though some may not agree. To me that book was so totally an emotional story it seemed estrogen soaked. I put it aside and didn’t try to rate or review it. I figured, “hey I get it, some people just want a book about the love story”.

    But this one went down the same road. There is just so much and so many examples of Timothy, “saying the wrong thing” and then “tearing up” and Cynthia being “quietly hurt” or both of them being “self-sacrificing” it just got too much for me. I mean my doctor did tell me to cut back on sugar and this thing drips syrup.

    So I had to put it down. I’ve liked the stories of the cleric and his wife functioning with their parishioners dealing with problems meeting challenges and so on.

    The big scene here so far has been Timothy telling off the local newspaper editor because he dared to use a headline “Local Pastor’s Wife Gets Award” rather than “Cynthia Gets Award”. And then he got a little jealous of Cynthia’s literary agent and had to get all teary and beg her forgiveness….and on and on we go.

    If you enjoy this type story, please enjoy. I may try another “later volume later” but for now the Mitford books have finally managed to make me feel that these last two at least are most definitely aimed at a female audience and males are somewhat superfluous.

    Oh well, maybe there needed to be a turn to the overtly female for these, I don’t know. As I said if it’s what you’re looking for enjoy.
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    Gretchen

    Aug 01, 2009

    rated it
    really liked it

    Whenever my life gets too busy, I’m drawn to simple books. Not simple in terms of writing – bodice rippers are for cold winter nights – but simple in terms of plot. This summer, Mitford has been a great source of comfort.

    In this installment, Father Tim is dealing with life after retirment, and finding it not exactly to his liking. While some of the conflict in this novel is a little too black-and-white to my liking, I really appreciated seeing how several characters were approaching faith. and

    In this installment, Father Tim is dealing with life after retirment, and finding it not exactly to his liking. While some of the conflict in this novel is a little too black-and-white to my liking, I really appreciated seeing how several characters were approaching faith. and wrestling with their views. This novel has several different points of view, which helps shed light on the story.

    I’ve seen someone compare the Mitford stories to The Waltons television series. I agree that they are similar in tone and approach. But again, when life gets out of control, it’s nice to retreat to a small town with beloved characters, and see how they deal with the ongoing complexities and challenges of living a life of faith.
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    Ellen Trautner

    Aug 30, 2017

    rated it
    it was amazing

    This is the kind of Mitford book I love! The last few I read apparently happened after this one, so I’m reading the series out of order. It doesn’t really matter. I remember not liking the ones that take place outside of Mitford as much. This one takes place completely in Mitford, woohoo! I’ve already read the one where Dooley and Lace get married and I remember being confused, mostly because all the skipping around to different characters and only using pronouns so I never knew who she was talk

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