Carl Weber is a New York Times best-selling author who’s made a name for himself with wildly entertaining works marked by his trademark wit and storytelling panache. In The Choir Director, Bishop T.K. Wilson is banking on dynamic new choir director Anthony Mackie to reverse the failing congregation’s fortunes. But while Anthony’s got more than enough chops to raise a heavenly chorus, he’s also got a weakness for the ladies that could make the Devil himself stand up and take notice.
©2011 Carl Weber (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
This book held my attention from the very first chapter to the last word spoken. I couldn't put it down! If the characters sounds familiar, it picks up the storyline of Bishop T.K. Wilson and the First Jamaica Ministries congregation from "The First Lady."
Be forewarned: if you can't stand cussing and sinning in a fictional story, then this probably isn't the book for you. But ... if you know that we all fall short and that this is just fiction, be prepared to giggle and gasp at all the treachery these church folks stir up.
Extremely well written and fantastic production. Bravo!!!!!!
I love to read! I love many genres.
I found this author's writing style to be kind of boring. I wish it was more robust and descriptive. Maybe that is just my preference.
The end was an excellent ending. I don't want to give it away.
This was the craziest book. At first I thought I was going to hate this book but it really drew me in. The author's writing style is so laid back that at first I was done with the book but his development of the story was great. I feel so many different ways about this book. I know this review is nuts but if you have patience it is a good read.
someone who would be interested in pornographic literature woven into high drama.
Probably not a book by this particular author or in this genre.
It is probably difficult to elicit a good performance out of poorly written material.
All of the above. It seems as if the book is titled in a particular way to draw christian readers into an extremely sordid tale.
If the choir director is the protagonist then there should be enough material to keep the story developed around his character minus the sordid drama of too many other characters.
I love the story line and the plot. I just wished the pastors wife was not as weak.
A story filled with people trying to hurt each other. Foul language. Not at all edifying. Story interesting enough to keep me listening. Poor ending.
I found this book to be an insult to religion, choir directors and the entire afro-american race. Gave up on it with disgust about half way through. I am going to ask for my credits back.
Not from this genre but cetainly from this author
I think the narrators did the best they could with such an impossible story and inane dialogue.
I would not have published it at all. There is hardly one scene that I didn't find offensive.
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