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Publisher's Summary

Nationally best-selling author Mary Monroe createsan unforgettable cast of characters in The Upper Room. Mama Ruby stole her best friend's baby girl, ran off to Florida, and raised her as her own. Maureen is the center of Mama Ruby's world, and she will do anything to protect her and their life together. Now Maureen wants to know what the rest of the world is like. She is determined to find out, but escaping Mama Ruby won't be easy.
©1985 Mary Monroe; (P)2002 Recorded Books,LLC
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By Classynoni on 10-03-11

Excellent follow-up to Mama Ruby

Where does The Upper Room rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

#3

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Upper Room?

Ruby stealing Maureen.

Which scene was your favorite?

Maureen finally being free!

If you could take any character from The Upper Room out to dinner, who would it be and why?

I would take Maureen to dinner just to give her a sense of independence and normalcy from Mama Ruby.

Any additional comments?

I really hate that Mama Ruby turned out to be such a deadly character compared to her beginings as Ruby Jean in "Mama Ruby"!

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By Apopcorn on 09-19-17

Run On Chapters...

The chapters ran into each other. The editing was really bad! The last word hardly finished before announcing the next chapter.

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