The next installment in the Trust Trilogy, and equally exaggerated in story. And equally indulgent in great punchlines and wonderful simile. Here's a writing example: "Lucy hung up the phone by throwing it across the room. It slammed up against her vanity, smashing it into a dozen pieces. The irony was completely overlooked."
When I read Robert F. Smith, I read not so much to find out what will be said, but to see how he'll say it.
I liked the first one better but this was pretty entertaining. I would love to see some of these scenes played out on t.v. Being back home we find that Trust's home ward and neighbors were just as nutty and wacky (or even more) than Thelma's Way on his mission. It was another RM story. 3 1/2 stars.
This was a really funny, fluffy Mormon comedy book. Apparently, it's a trilogy and I just read the second book. Oh well. I really enjoyed the characters--made me laugh! The story line is well used and predictable, but since it was a nice, light, quick read, it was just what I needed! :)
This book was an LDS comedy. It was alright- you don't truly appreciate the story until after you finish the book. Looking back now, there were several funny instances, but I don't think that I will be rereading this one.
this book shows you a lot about proper welcomes and how nerve racking it can be to move somewhere. it also shows love and outgoing abilities and such. this is a wonderful book of acceptance and deception as well.
Loved it! Trust bumbles his way through this one and still ends up with the girl. He and Leonard Vastly--fanatic food storer--become heroes. I questioned which was more quirky--Thelma's Way or Thicktwig.