• The Book of Rodney: Satan Sometimes Brings Cupcakes

  • By: Angelica Asher
  • Narrated by: Angelica Asher
  • Length: 4 hrs and 59 mins
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Rodney Simplessohn has a ridiculous accident at church one day and can suddenly see the entire realm of the spirit world, including his own guardian angel. Rodney has to come to grips with his newfound vision and learn more about the spiritual world before Satan shows up to (hilariously) tempt him with cupcakes, drugs, and women. If he can’t resist the devil’s attacks, Rodney will end up losing his faith and Satan will win his wager with God.

Rodney doesn’t have much going for him: No looks, no charm, no athletic ability or grace, no real knowledge of the Bible. But he does have an honest heart, a love of God, and some faith-filled friends who can pull him through the greatest challenge of his life.

©2020 Angelica Asher (P)2021 Angelica Asher

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Very funny

Normally, this genre would not engage me. However, the writer does a great job with character development. The writing and humour allowed me to overlook the strong difference in worldviews that separate me from the characters in the book. The manifest message is one about grace and belief. The other underlying message deals with the strength people draw from friendships. If you have trouble with overtly religious messages, then this book is not for you. However, if you have no such compunctions or if you can reach beyond that, this book is definitely a good read.

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