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Jun 19, Nathalie S rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I loved this book on cd, read by Bruce Lindsay himself to a live audience. The complete title is "The Hometown weekly--Good news for a change" and it is that. The Hometown weekly is the newspaper which is too big a word probably in this case for tiny Parley Grove, Utah. It is chock-full of every day news about its beloved inhabitants, their family and a lot about nothing, some would say.
But I disag I loved this book on cd, read by Bruce Lindsay himself to a live audience. It's a lot about their every day lives and it's a lot of fun. I highly recommend this one and get it on cd if you can, so you can more fully enjoy this gem. Jan 04, Rayni rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: LDS readers from small towns. I gave the audio book to my mom for Christmas, then found out there are more stories in the book. Listened to it again. If anything, I loved it even more this time around. Especially the car jacking. View all 3 comments.
Oct 19, kelley rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Hometown Weekly, book on tape is a delightful listen. It is a series of short stories relating to life that takes place in a small fictional Mormon Community in Utah. I think being Mormon makes it even more hilarious, but anybody that grew up in a small community would appreciate the humor of the book.
Bruce Lindsay the author of this book is also the narrator. His intimate knowledge of the stories enhances his ability to bring the story to life. I laughed and guffawed out loud the whole way.
He did have some tender moments hidden in the stories that illustrates that even though a tidbit makes it in the news--it doesn't really tell the story. This book was very enjoyable. Lindsay has a website called "The Hometown Weekly" where you can stop by and listen to a couple of the stories. I will be listening to this one again. These are the kinds of stories that just get better with the retelling.
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I hope more stories will be forth-coming. Aug 03, Robert rated it really liked it Shelves: I very much enjoyed listening to these short stories about mormon culture. I would recommend listening to, rather than reading, this book, as the author, Bruce Lindsay, does the reading.
Although poking fun at cultural idiosyncrasies, there is a good-humored feeling to the tone of the stories with just the right amount of respectful seriousness for the underlying themes of family and religion. I was pleasantly surprised at how clever the stories climaxed and wrapped up.
Wade Hansen ha I very much enjoyed listening to these short stories about mormon culture. Wade Hansen has the most distinctive laugh I've ever heard Dec 12, Tonya rated it liked it. If you don't descend from Sanpete or Emery Counties in Utah, you might not get the jokes in this book, and it's charm may be lost on you. I especially loved the liberal use of Central Utah names!
The only name I can vouch for is LeEarl. I do have an uncle named LeEarl! He is a real person, and that's his real name: Cute and quirky and real in the same way that Lake Wobegon is real something I didn't understan Just fun. Cute and quirky and real in the same way that Lake Wobegon is real something I didn't understand until I lived in Minnesota!
Mar 20, Anne rated it it was amazing. So this is definitely biased, but I love it. Parley Grove is the Lake Wobegone of Mormonism and is full of people you know or who know you, and with the knowing comes loving. Aug 23, Amanda rated it really liked it. I hate to admit it, but I really enjoyed this book. The teaser information on the back cover makes it sound like this is a book of quaint, heartwarming stories from a small Utah town.
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That was not my impression exactly. I see it more as a hilarious jab at many characteristics of the people in a small Utah Mormon town. Lindsay makes fun of everything: It really is funny, but it could easily offend some people, so be forewarned. Oct 11, Kristin rated it liked it. This one was one we did for book club. It's a cute little book with fake stories from Parley's Grove Utah. The back cover of the book makes it sound like heartwarming little true stories. They are more like hilarious silly tales about the quirky things small town Mormons do.
It took me some time to warm up to it. At first I found it to be a little too "irreverent" if you will about some of the aspects about our church. And some of the humor is a little over the top. But there were also some grea This one was one we did for book club. But there were also some great ones and some major LOL moments. I'll be honest, I never finished the last couple chapters cuz I needed to give it back to my friend, and I wasn't dying to finish.
It's not really my style of book and I wanted to move on to other things. But I did like it.
It's a super quick read. If you're from a small town, you'll LOVE it. Jan 14, Sally rated it liked it. For a few minutes into reading this, I thought it might be true. I've known people like those in the town of Parley Grove. What gave it away, is the county of Taylor. Now where would that be?
This consists of stories of interestingly named inhabitants of Parley Grove--the story behind the newspaper article that only prints good news. I found myself laughing out loud at the clever recounting adventures that happen only in a small Utah town. Sep 28, Marcia rated it it was amazing.
I haven't been doing many reviews but I read this book this weekend and I was practically rolling on the floor laughing!!! If you are from a small town this one is definitely for you! I checked it out from the library but I think I might have to go out and buy it for my own personal library! Jan 06, Carol rated it it was ok. There were some funny parts, but for the most part it made Utah look like a hick place to live I guess there are some places like that, but for the most part we are not hick-a-billies! I got really tired of his made up names.
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Not everyone in Utah has a combination of their father and mother's name. Jun 24, Cortney rated it really liked it.