Book Review: Hearts on Lonely Mountain by A.M. Heath

Anita M. Heath is a new author for me and I truly enjoyed her tale of Ivory, Ben, and Gerrit. These lovely characters have such an amazing story of survival and of what it means to “love your neighbor as yourself” amidst a town full of some pretty suspicious and prejudice people. What I admire most about this novel is that this is historical fiction with stories of librarians on horseback during the 1930’s. These brave ladies who loved books and education more than themselves, brought such understanding to those they served. As one who is a book worm and loves words, it was no problem to stay up and read this book until I got to the last page! I found myself wanting to ride along with the lady librarians as they delivered books to locals who lived in those tough times of the depression in the 1930’s. I wanted to cheer for Ivory as she struggled to make friends with the towns people; they were so superstitious of her. What challenges she faced in just coming to their town.
If you are looking for a story to refresh your soul and one that may make you laugh and even sniffle some then, this book might be for you!

This is a stand alone novel that is in a series of others books that include stories of librarians on horseback. I received an ARC from the author to help provide an honest opinion about her narrative. My thoughts, as typed here, are my own.


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Hearts on Lonely Mountain

15 thoughts on “Book Review: Hearts on Lonely Mountain by A.M. Heath

    • Yes Yvonne! there are so many books in the world and just seeing the new ones coming out this year alone; I can never read them all! 🙂 Like you, I hope heaven has a library because I don’t have a job where I can read all day! I do love the history of those librarians o horseback! How a treasure they gave to many during the Great Depression. I cannot imagine not being able to read; how different my life would be.

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