If you thought Church Folks was funny, this one will take you to another level entirely.
I was never upset to put the book down in between reads, and it usually took me a bit to pick it back up and continue.
With my issues aside, I really think that the plot was very original and for most of us very relatable.
This was pretty good. It got off to a slow start but ended up being really great! I loved getting to see what happened with Theo and Essie and Eddie and Johnnie.Published 24 days ago by Jo-Ann Patterson
It was a light weight, humorous book about "church folk." It actually depected the usual suspects.There was nothing new here.
.A great follow up the prior book "Church Folk". If possible, "Church Folk" should be read first because the characters transition from one book to another.Published 5 months ago by RBSAtlanta
A friend gave me Church Folk to read, she said it was a good book.I read Church folk and I couldn't put the book down I read it in one day. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gretchen Ramsey
this story was very simple and not much content. the plot was nice but it was not really developed wellPublished 8 months ago by D. R. Johnson
Continues where the first book left off. The times may have changed but the church conference remains the same, stuck in tradition. Enjoyed every moment of the book.Published 10 months ago by Michael L. Wright
I really enjoyed Church Folk, so I was excited when I discovered this follow-up novel. However, More Church Folk is no Church Folk. Read morePublished 15 months ago by AmRev
This is the 3rd time I read this book.I am waiting for her new book to come out!This author is funny and imaginative. Read morePublished 15 months ago by maria taylor