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Written like an over dramatized movie All those bad things cannot happen to one person For personal reasons I have a deep love for Abish and I felt that this book ruined her essence by COMPLETELY fabricating a plot for her from thin air with no basis on truth I hated how she spent the majority of the book locked in some figurative prison, feeling restless, useless and stagnant The small particle of the story that we ACTUALLY know took place, happened in the last 10 pages of the entire book Still The Church is true. It was just an amazing book to read. tough to get into, the level of reading is teen, so I am not sure how much I am going to get into it.tough to read, a story trying to fit, did not get into it and was bored waiting for something to happen, and when it did I thought it was kind of silly I have always enjoyed scritural fiction It makes you ponder about these characters we merely read a few short verses about, their lives and that they were real people This book was very well written and a wonderful peek into the life of a valiant woman For me, historical fiction needs to be plausible and this one surely is I loved it The story of a young girl s search for spiritual enlightenment Set in Mesoamerica Great research. I loved this story weaving in truth and love and scriptures Well done. *E-PUB ↲ Abish ↡ Amazing Books, Abish Author K.C Grant This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Abish , Essay By K.C Grant Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You Okay, first of all, I have to be honest here I am really hard on LDS authors, especially ones published by Covenant I think Covenant has a low standard of what is publishable material.I gave Abish 2 stars and I m stingy with stars because I felt the writing was weak Maybe this is a pet peeve of mine, but when writers use terms like grimaced , shuddered , clenched , shivered , or winced too often to describe a reaction, to me it shows inability to adequately describe the emotion or situation These types of words were used over and over again throughout this book, which bothered me.Also, like other writing that bothers me, there are many random details brought into the plot that don t need to be there The author obviously thought they added to the story For example, whenever Abish went to the stable to talk to someone names not mentioned to avoid spoiling , there was always a horse doing something like sticking its head between them or whinnying I think the author was trying to make the reader smile, but it was awkward and took away from the story.I can appreciate what Grant was trying to do give life and character to a woman we know very little about However, I found Grant s character development to be a bit shallow and desperate at times Grant assumes that readers know the Book of Mormon account of Abish If so, then we know what she is going to do Throughout the entire book, Abish is wondering what am I here to do It got really old after a while We KNOW she is going to do something, and we don t need to be constantly reminded that there is some event coming up.In an effort to create a vision of home life and describe the landscape and surroundings, I felt that Grant used too many modern references I was not convinced that I was reading about the Book of Mormon era One example as Ammon was leaving for his mission to the Lamanites, he basically told Abish that she could not come with him, that he needed to focus on the mission and not his feelings for her I literally rolled my eyes when reading this since it was too much like modern day missionaries leaving a girlfriend behind I found the dialogue to be too unnatural and the plot to be trite and predictable I know that a lot of these events actually happened in the Book of Mormon, but either Grant did not develop the plot well enough, or the characters were too flat I just wasn t feeling it. I hate doing this because I m sure the author loves her writing and apparently many others do to But I m sorry I really didn t enjoy this book I kept reading because it wasn t horrendous and offensive I love the story of Abish in the Book of Mormon, but I didn t really like how she was portrayed in this book In some ways, I think the miracle of her faith which I love in the Book of Mormon account is undermined in this story by Grant placing her among the Nephites to be taught the Gospel there So much of the story line was predictable for example, spoiler view spoiler I knew her mother and Lahonti would get married as soon as Abish ran away I knew Jared would reappear hide spoiler