©2008 Kimberla Lawson Roby; (P)2008 BBC Audiobooks America
Shame on me for not doing my reseach, but I knew I'd read this author's work before. What I didn't realize is that this book continues a storyline from 2 others I've enjoyed. What a pleasant surprise! This story deconstructs flawed Christians, people with SERIOUS issues, not goody-too-shoe, "holier than thou" folks. It tells of their shortcomings and growth. In some ways, it helped me appreciate the real power of forgiveness, salvation and God's love for us despite our wrongdoings. The narrator was AMAZING with her range of voices and the author's storytelling was SUPERB. Thank you for giving us an entertaining production.
Makes getting thru rush hour much easier. Downloading the next book now. Somebody needs to shake Charlotte. Although it was a 'picture' perfect ending, you know the drama will continue with The Good Reverend Black and Family.
I really enjoyed the end of the story and how the started to twist and turn. Never a dull moment when it comes to the good ole Rev. Black and Charlotte.
This one wasn't the best but I understand that in the series you will have some lulls. I will say this author is brilliant!!! I am on to the next book in the series! I'm so excited!!!
AUDIBLE MAKES READING POSSIBLE AND EASY FOR ME...I AM VISUALLY IMPAIRED. I WISH THEY HAD ALL THE BOOKS I WANT I WOULD SNAP THEM UP!
yes. i enjoyed the story.
yes, read another robey book.
this was a greaat book. it had so much more potential. if the story was developed thoroughly it would have been a five star book. i could see this book as a soap opera that i would really enjoy. i will read more robey books but robey would do a favor to herself if she DID take the time to develop the story (and the book would be longer--but not boring, more interesting.
"Sin No More" is the final book in the Rev. Black Series. I felt that "Sin No More" was predictable, repetitive and vindictive, but somewhat enjoyable, but not as much as the previous books.
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