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Pulpit Confessions by Péron F. Long
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May 18, 11

bookshelves: 2011, from-author, black-diamond-s-book-reviews, 5-diamonds
Read from May 14 to 18, 2011

I loved the cover of this book! It's definitely different than the usual book with the man and half-naked woman on the front. When I looked at the cover close, I thought the man on the cover looked familiar! What do you think of the cover?

Raymond Miller, Jr. was the Bishop of God's Deliverance Ministries. He had to take over for his father, Raymond Miller,Sr. because he wasn't quite "with it" anymore. He had a crazy ass mom named Ruth. She planned everything for him, even his marriage. Raymond, Jr. liked to fool around on his wife Katherine, and his mom covered up for him.
Katherine is Raymond, Jr.'s wife, and she was getting tired of the crap. Raymond, Jr. hadn't touched her in 2 years and claimed that he was working late all the time. One day she wasn't feeling good, and her monster-in-law Ruth didn't believe her and wanted Katherine to meet her at her office. Well, she found out Katherine wasn't lying when she threw up. Ruth was one of those characters that just made my blood boil. If she was in my presence, I swear I would have wanted to smack her!

Raymond, Jr.'s brother Anthony didn't feel like he was as good as his brother Raymond, Jr. He felt like his parents didn't love him as much as his brother. He and Janae were expecting a baby, but why wasn't Anthony happy?

I was totally shocked when I found out what was in the yellow envelope! Also, when Raymond, Jr. was introduced to Leslie, my jaw dropped! I was not expecting that at all.

Pulpit Confessions was one of those books that was hard to put down. It had a great plot, and many surprises to keep you entertained throughout the entire book. It had those characters, like Ruth, who you just hate and wished the worst for them, and the same thing for Raymond, Jr., and then Katherine who you felt sorry for. Peron F. Long is an amazing writer, and I look forward to reading more from him!
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Lashanda Good, fast read.


Cheryl Yes it was!


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