One thought on “The Reunion”

  1. This is one of the worst books ever written. Comically so. It's one of those books that makes you go, "Geez, if THIS can get published"HOWEVER, I fully suggest, as was suggested to me, that this book be read aloud with a friend/spouse. I have never laughed so hard in my life. There are lots of games one can play: Is This Actually a Sentence in the Book? (great multiple-choice options here.) Does My Made-up Sentence Bring More Clarity To This Situation? (hint: the answer is always yes.) Which Con [...]

  2. This book had me laughing out loud. I appreciated the bishop and his wife, Janice. Eric, the bishop, works hard to provide for his family and ward. Then, as a weekend reprieve, Janice and Eric go to a lodge for Eric's high school reunion. However, as they try to have time alone, Eric's calling as the bishop, just doesn't allow it. I loved the self-discovery made by so many characters. I plan on revisiting this book again when I need a quick pick-me-up.

  3. This book had some really funny parts that made me chuckle, and had some poignant parts, too. The thing I didn't like about it was that 40-year-old people were acting like teenagers still. I have enjoyed other books by Weyland more.

  4. I liked this book, but Jack Weyland has written some better ones. It was a quick read and I am trying to read all of his books.

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