Vanessa Davis Griggs’ Blessed Trinity novels tackle tough questions of faith with humor and honesty. The sixth entry in the series, The Truth Is the Light features the return of the always-entertaining Followers of Jesus Faith Worship Center congregation. Here, the flock’s newest member is causing quite a stir, but he’s not the only one bringing drama into the church house.
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I really enjoyed the series. it really connects with just life in general and the fact that I can put my hands on my Bible and go to the scripture and God releases a new revelation this is really awesome vanessa has done an awesome job keep up the good work.
I enjoyed it. To me you have to read the previous books in the series to get this book.
I liked the way it put the pieces together.
I like Gabriel's auntie because she was so over the top and so inconsiderate. It really showed how some people do not understand boundaries.
Not this book. It took me almost a week to finish. It had too many parts to it that had to register.
I found myself pausing the booking and actually making a family tree to make the connections. When they explain how everything is connected it was like information overload.
This book was peppered way too much with quotes from the bible, and it was too preachy for my taste, though I love reading the bible this book is not what I expected. The description of this book was very misleading and I feel that the author did a poor job of giving a reasonable picture of what the story was about. Though the story and the characters were believable the preaching and other aspects of the book was just too
over the top for me making it impossible to really enjoy it. It was a wasted credit for me..
Absolutely Not! I see the direction this author is going with her books and I'm not feeling
her style of writing, so no I will not be purchasing anything else from her..
To be quite honest I got this book because Shari Peele was the narrator. I also gave it the stars that I did because of her. I love her reading and have purchased other books that she has narrated and I thought she did a good job on this one, its just too bad the author went overboard with the religious content. There is nothing wrong with adding this type of content to your story, I just feel that it was overkill and she simply got too carried away with it. That's just my take on it..
None! they all seemed to work in unison with each other.
Next time shave down just a little on the religious stuff...
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