Feb 25, 12
Read in January, 1999
Definitely Plass's funniest book, and the only one I wouldn't have been embarrassed to offer to non-Christians to read. The C of E offers him a lot more scope for humour than the nameless evangelical sect that the Sacred Diarist belongs to, and he can do jokes that aren't quite so tame. I still laugh about the flatshare advert 'due to previous occupant's abrupt departure and hospitalisation.'