This book is just as funny as the orginal but with larger roles for minor characters from "Boo". All the drama of trying to have it all and still stay true to yourself is explored in this book that you won't want to put down.
Like the other book this book had me in stitches. I don't think Rene could have came up with a better first name for Dr. Hass, I could not stop laughing. Even my sister that does not like christian fiction could not stop laughing. Even beyond the laughing this book is still spritually uplifting.
Many times I found myself laughing out loud at the escapades of Skarys residents. Rene weaves wonderfully fun characters through a charming plot with the underlining the theme of purpose. Id advice readers to read BOO, if they havent already done so, before picking up this sequel, which has left me eagerly awaiting the third installment, BOO HISS.
I fly a lot...and I'm always looking for a good read on those long hours spent in the air with several hundred strangers. Recently, flying across country, I grabbed my copy of Boo Who and, as soon as my fanny was in the aisle seat, I opened it...hoping for a little escape. I got better than that. Three hours later, I landed. Four hours after that my layover was over and I was flying again. An hour later and I was landing again. Repeat five days later. And do you know what? It felt like a minute! This is one of the most delightful reads I've had the joy of diving in to in a long, long time. The characters are well thought out, they're zany, they're real. The plot just keeps us guessing and wondering and turning page after page.Rene, you've done yourself proud. Now, I'm a taking a 24 hour flight soon. Any new books?