Zi71bFS9nQHnivtvUJquhejTHIQ The Story Factory Reading Zone: Hearts to Heaven and Tempers Raise by Reginald Frary (A Review)

Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Hearts to Heaven and Tempers Raise by Reginald Frary (A Review)

Goodreads Summary:

Like a favourite TV comedy series, Reg Frary returns with another collection of all-too believable stories about anarchy and revolt waiting to break out in the choirstalls. They may look angelic in their robes, and may (on rare occasions) even sound like angels, but it's a dirty game keeping one step ahead of the vicar's trendy ideas and the choir director's aspirations to dictatorship. It all necessitates frequent councils of war down at the Dog and Duck after practice.REG FRARY has sung in his local church choir in Richmond for over sixty years and has been writing comic stories based on his experiences for almost as long. Neither the choir nor his employer will allow him to retire and he works as a proof reader for a major law firm in the City of London.

Funny and full of humorous situations, this is a light read. Good for Christmas, or reading on the bus.

Action Reader's Action: Note a funny thing that has happened to you at the end of each week.

What humorous things have happened to you in the past?


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