The Baker's Apprentice: A Novel

The Baker's Apprentice: A Novel

by Judith R Hendricks
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Baker's Apprentice 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed the deep characterization would love to live amongst these people. Not a 'heavy' book but quite a lovely read.
GayleVA More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed the first book, "Bread Alone" and was delighted to find this sequel "The Baker's Apprentice", however this one needs a sequel as it leaves you hanging and wanting to know how their lives turned out. Also like seeing some of the recipes from the bakers. This is a very true to life story and could actually happen. Judith, plese finish the story.
LuvinLit More than 1 year ago
Hendricks beautifully wrote Bread Alone using such a relatably honest voice in Wyn Morrison. My hope for the sequel book was for a thoroughly kneaded and proofed Wyn to rise up in a cathartic fashion and embrace her newly found self. Yet, the ending boomeranged me back to Wyn and David's courtship days in Bread Alone which resulted in her losing herself to her man's agenda. The pace of the story was slow yet sustaining. Then, there was a rush to the end; leaving me feeling confused about Wyn's growth. Was she backsliding? There needs to be another book.
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LJC22503 More than 1 year ago
This book came up as a suggested book on the b&n website after reading several other novels about chefs that included recipes. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and couldn't put it down. I read it cover to cover in less than a week! I will be in search of all of Judith Ryan Hendricks other books and hope she continues to keep writing! I can't recommend it highly enough!
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martykins More than 1 year ago
I read Judith Ryan Hendrick's "Laws of Harmony" and liked it so much I bought all her other books and this one is great. I got very involved in her character descriptions and story lines. If you liked any of the Friday Night Knitting Club books you will love all these by Hendricks.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The characters were interesting and believable. The bakery setting was informative. A very enjoyable story. I hope she writes a third book with these characters. I feel like I know them and would like to know what's next in their lives.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I live across the street from a church that has annual book sales and picked it up. Believe it or not i got the book for a dollar i had it my room for like 5 months untill i decided to read it and i was instantly hooked its such a good book i read it three times. I finished the entire book in a couple of hours. I never knew there was another book that came before this one. But if they say the first one was better than it must really be awesome. Im only 16 and thought this was the best book i had ever read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read the first one bread alone and couldnt wait to read the sequel the bakers apprentice. I felt it left me hanging the story never finished .Please write another book so we know what happened to the characters in the story
Guest More than 1 year ago
The original, 'Bread Alone' was one of my favorite books. I read it two or three times, so I was excited to see that Judith Ryan Hendricks had written a sequel. After I read it, I was extremely disappointed. Instead of reading about how Wynter and Mac's relationship grows, we are given more insight into their intimate affairs.After such a long wait for a follow up, it was a big letdown.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is wonderful. It shows the love of another person and the love of your passion does not always work out the way you want. The author has the characters picking themselves up and building their lives. It is a great summer read.