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Humorous book ‘contains the truths of the Gospel in a way that is appealing’ according to recent review

Humorous book ‘contains the truths of the Gospel in a way that is appealing’ according to recent review

Blogger Rob Allwright gave a glowing review of What Happened After Mr Jones Died.

Popular blog, one man in the middle, shared a positive review of What Happened After Mr. Jones Died in which Rob Allwright discusses the ‘interesting twists and turns’ that Paul Wreyford’s recent work has to offer.

In the review Rob describes the book as a ‘good, clean and funny story with some important challenges to the Christian and to those who don’t believe’ and he even confessed that he ‘struggled to put it down’.

Thank you to Rob Allwright for his kind words. To read the full article, click here. 

 

 

 

 

…definitely a highly recommended read.

Rob Allwright

About the Book

A HUMOROUS NOVEL INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GRACE, FAITH AND WORKS.

Mr Jones didn’t have a good Christmas. He died.

Not to worry – he’s a Christian, so he’s going to heaven… isn’t he? Mr Gilmore, his guardian angel, thinks so… but Demon Dumas doesn’t.

The matter is referred to a celestial court, where a jury of twelve dead men and women must decide whether there is enough evidence to prove that Mr Jones is a Christian.

What follows is the most astonishing case in the history of the afterlife.

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