Sittin' in the Front Pew

  • by Parry Brown
  • Narrated by Patricia R Floyd
  • 8 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

This spirited tale of love, family, and honoring loved ones is filled with sharp insights. As four sisters prepare for their father's funeral, they examine what he meant to them. But they are all thrown off balance when they discover the secret their father carried to his grave. Radio talk-show host and motivational speaker Parry Brown is also a Blackboard and Essence magazine best-selling author.


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Customer Reviews

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Amateur, at best

I usually prefer unabridged audiobooks, but I was ready for this one to be over with 30 minutes into it. The story line was belabored and the dialogue was just plain weak. The daddy was taking Viagara. We get it. Why is that such a shocking secret for an older man to be sexually active? Afterall, he was engaged! I heard the word "quagmire" twice, and neither in the appropriate context. Apparently riding in the "family car" at a funeral is important to some people. Seems like a stupid issue that was totally blown out of proportion. And about "laced coffee" and buying caskets wholesale to save money? Again, we get it! Trite phrases like "Even Stevie Wonder could see ..." made my eyes roll. This book just went on and on about details that should have been left out. The editor should be fired! Save your money, ladies, and find another book!
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- N. Hall

wonderful story

This book had me glued to my GPS system, I could not wait to find out the ending because it was sure a great page turner.
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- James

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-10-2006
  • Publisher: Recorded Books