But when a newly reformed Wolfe suddenly quits the genre and subsequently starts to pursue Skary's favorite girl-next-door, Ainsley Parker, the little town becomes truly horrified. Soon, a scheme is plotted to put the fright back into Skary and get their most famous resident out of love and back into the thrill business.
Filled with humor, small town charm, and a gentle message of enduring faith, BOO shows how even the most colorful group of busybodies and hypocrites can become a community changed forever by God.
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©2003 Rene Gutteridge; (P)2004 Books in Motion
Addicted to audio-books.
I laughed out loud. Just goes to show you that God has a sense of humor.
Reluctantly, I made the decision to listen to "BOO", by Rene Gutteridge. It was well worth the listen. I enjoyed a steady dose of belly laughter. Gutteridge's verbal caricatures of common church beasties served to disarm them of their lethal weapons. "Laughter does good like a medicine", says the proverb, and this story was great medicine. In the mix of humor, we get to see the difference between those whose hearts are humble in Christ and those who are religious enough to make religion their slave. I am looking forward to hearing the next in the series.
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