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The eagerly awaited sequel to the bestselling Walking Across Egypt has Wesley Benfield teaching bricklaying, writing songs for a Baptist band, and preaching--all while keeping a lustful eye on a young lady. "A semi-reformed Wesley and a frailer Mattie are back, accompanied by a slew of quirky, unforgettable characters. . . ."--New York Times Book Review.
Posted September 9, 2000
I read this book in one night; it was so funny I could not put it down. I must admit I made quite a commotion reading it. I found myself literally laughing out loud about once every 2 minutes. Yes, I am a Christian, but I also have a sense of humor about how over-the-top people can go 'in the name of God'. This book gently mocks, but does so in a lighthearted way. It's a quick, highly entertaining read and I greatly recommend it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.