Somewhat Saved

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Kensington Publishing Corp., Jul 1, 2011 - Fiction - 304 pages
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In her most soulful and side-splitting send-up of church life yet, Pat G'Orge-Walker's hilarious cast of parishioners battle their worst vices, the funny and serious sides of aging, and each other. . .

Mother Sasha Pray Onn and Mother Bea Blister live on the edge--of Christianity, that is. As senior matrons of the Ain't Nobody Saved but Us-All Others Goin' to Hell church, their devotion to the Lord must compete with their secret passions for gambling, long-held grudges, and their jealousy of Sister Betty.

Both Mothers are put to the test when Reverend Bling Moe Bling gives them two tickets to Las Vegas, where they'll be attending the Mothers Board Conference with Sister Betty. As their bickering, gambling and chaos ensues, redemption will be no small miracle in the city of sin.

"Christian comedy fiction at its best." --Library Journal

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Overall, the book was good. However, there were moments when I actually considered not finishing the book. The author interchangebly uses teh characters first and last name throughout the book ... Read full review

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Pat G'Orge-Walker is the author of Sister Betty! God's Calling You, Again! and Mother Eternal Ann Everlastin's Dead. In between writing books and spending time with her husband Rob in their Long Island home, Pat is busy touring the country performing her sold-out one woman Sister Betty comedy show.

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