[Reading] ➸ The Rev. Diaries Author Adam Smallbone – Loufanet.info

The Rev. Diaries The Rev Diaries Is The Hilarious Tie In Novel To The Award Winning Hit BBC Comedy, RevWhen Vicar Adam Smallbone Swapped His Rural Parish For St Saviours In Hackney, He Thought He Was Going Somewhere Where He Would Be Able To Make A Difference Somewhere His Ministry Would Have A Purpose Or That Was The Idea But An Eccentric, Needy Band Of Parishioners, Unhelpfully Attractive Head Teacher Of The Local CofE School And A Waspish Deacon With Adam In His Crosshairs Would Test The Patience Of A Saint And Adam, Despite His Best Intentions, Is No Saint So He Muddles Along, Trying To Do The Right Thing Thank God He S Got His Diary Reverend Adam Smallbone Is The Vicar Of St Saviour In The Marshes In Hackney Adam Lives At The Vicarage With His Wife, Alex

About the Author: Adam Smallbone

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Rev. Diaries book, this is one of the most wanted Adam Smallbone author readers around the world.

10 thoughts on “The Rev. Diaries

  1. says:

    When I pray, it s like a silent chat I think of the things I want to say to God and I feel him hearing my thoughts Has Rev made it over to the States I do hope so It s a sweet, unusual little sitcom about a mild mannered Anglican vicar s foibles and failings in his new inner city London parish I never want a

  2. says:

    i would probs give this book a 3.5 its a difficult oneas a experience i really enjoyed reading it remembering all the great moments from the tv show.but having finished im certain the story is far better told through the medium of tv for a start idk what it was but it was far harder to sympathise w adam as a characte

  3. says:

    The Rev Diaries recounts the ministry of Rev Adam Smallbone who finds himself moving from a rural parish to a dying urban church The diary is set over the period of a year and recounts his highs and lows and the people he has met along the way from sweet to completely mystifying It took me a while to get into this book and at

  4. says:

    As I do not watch television at all I came to this book without any pre conceived ideas about it I enjoyed reading it and it is written in a conversational style in the form of diary entries It shows Adam dealing with a new inner city parish after several years in a very rural one and how he came to love some of his parishioners as we

  5. says:

    This was a nice holiday read I liked the style of writing and it was easy to read and did make me laugh It only got 3 stars as thought it could have been a bit better I have not watched the tv series so don t know if it is based on this or follows it exactly However it was amusing and enjoyable without setting the world on fire I do want to wa

  6. says:

    quick easy and fun read, essentially a written version of the first series of Rev I loved the series and thus was a sweet preside from my family Some laugh out loud moments but possibly mostly because I could picture it all in my head I have a particular fondness for the deliciously awful Archdeacon.

  7. says:

    a good tie in to a good tv program just a pitty they did not carry it on to a second book to cover the 3rd season

  8. says:

    Any fan of the flawless series should certainly read this companion Adam Smallbone s internal monologue on the trials of the church of England is honest, funny and screamingly real.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *