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Publisher's Summary

Minister Francine Amen dismissed a young woman's claim of sexual abuse by her pastor. When the young woman commits suicide, Francine returns home to face up to her past mistakes and all of the people she has betrayed, including her sister, Dawn. But will Dawn ever trust Francine again?
©2005 Angela Denise Benson (P)2006 Recorded Books, LLC

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Good Read

This was a ok book to listen to. I enjoyed the narrators ability to differate between characters. This is probable the part than kept me listening. I would suggest listening to the book. But do not expect anything spectacular.

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amen

a telling store of the prodigal daughter coming home . judge not yet be judged.

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  • Ella
  • Trenton, NJ, USA
  • 12-25-08

forgiveness

Even though they were going through, they still trust God to get them through. Learning how to frogive is one of the hardest to get over. This book showed it can happen.

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  • Brenda
  • Marietta, GA, USA
  • 11-23-07

confused

I listened to this story and from the beginning, it never really captured my attention. I didn't find anything special about this story. It was very predictable, the beginning, middle and ending. Left very little to the imagination and the ending was not very good to me.

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  • JeVaughn
  • San Diego, CA, United States
  • 04-10-07

The Amen Sisters

Great Book about the African American struggle within themselves with the people who claim to real.

0 of 2 people found this review helpful