The Preacher's Son captivates with all the intensity expected of a Weber novel. Bishop T.K. Wilson is a pillar of the community, pastor of the largest African-American church in Queens, NY, and has always tended to he needy. Running for borough president, he faces one shocking revelation after another that could not only derail his campaign, but also force him to reevaluate his family values.
©2005 Carl Weber; (P)2005 Recorded Books,LLC
Loved this book. Like so many of his books he really did a good job selecting the narrators and the story line kept me involved and entertained.
Love books on tape! It's all about the narrators for me though. No matter how good the story, if the narrator doesn't cut it...
Just a little too far fetched for me at the end but no disappointments. It's the only Carl Weber story I've rated a four instead of my usual five stars.
First part lots of sex and stuff. Second half more into the plot and was a pretty good story overall. So could have had less explicit sexuality and more plot content.
Carl Weber certainly knows how to paint a story with colorful characters that develop into a masterpiece of fiction. I enjoyed not knowing what to expect in this tale of woe and whoa!
"I listen to learn"!
This book was awesome, My only regret is that it is in a trilogy of books and I listened to them out of order. None the less, it just made everything before it make better sense. Carl Weber definetly keeps you on the edge of your seat. Loved it loved it loved! Also, the narration was great.
Turned Up 4 God
I like the fact that the author used different readers. Loved how the preachers son had integrity, and how he made a difference in the young lady's life.
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