Item description for Like Sheep Gone Astray by Leslie J. Sherrod...
Overview Written with beauty and grace, this emotion-infused debut novel tells the compelling story of a young minister trying to right the wrongs he committed because of his love of money. Original.
Publishers Description Anthony Murdock has a lot on his mind. He is a minister in training at Second Baptist Church of Shepherd Hills and a rising account executive at Shaw Enterprises. But he's made the kind of mistake that is slowly tearing at his peace of mind, and threatening to destroy everything he's worked to build.
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Studio: Walk Worthy Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.8" Width: 5.07" Height: 1.09" Weight: 1.07 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2006
Publisher Walk Worthy Press
ISBN 0446617938 ISBN13 9780446617932
Availability 104 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 23, 2017 02:36.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Like Sheep Gone Astray?
Like Sheep Gone Astray Oct 18, 2007
It was a okay, also took me too long to read. Too many character,too many story lines that made it harder for the reading flow. Pls keep the character down and the unnecessey story lines.I may give give a new book a chance.
"Writing Gone Astray" (all over the place) Sep 3, 2007
"The Regal Sisterhood Book Club" selected "Like Sheep Gone Astray" by Leslie J. Sherrod for it's May 2007 "Book of the Month". The storyline of this book provided us with a wonderful discussion on many topics and prompted questions which made us all contemplate our way of life and thinking. Unfortunately, we all agreed that the book was just a little too "busy". Way too many characters to keep up with and the complications of the business deals made the read a bit tedious. This is a good example of a great writing idea, that did not work out "just right". Hopefully Leslie's next novel will be a better read.
c.r.e.a.m. Jul 15, 2007
this was okay read if it wasnt so long it took me longer than normal to read but the storyline was interesting a little different from a lot of the christain fiction i have read i like the suspense this author was trying to add to the story and then there was this unforseen twist. even thru there was way too many characters in this book they all play a part in the story.this was about greed and how it can control ones life.cash rule everything around me
Expected more Jun 26, 2007
I bought this book yesterday as a beach read because I didn't want a sappy romance. I finished it today. I agree with some of the others, it's way too long and has too many characters to keep up with. It wasn't that suspenseful overall, just a lot of fact finding missions that unraveled too slowly and I still had unaswered questions at the end. I hope that the next book is shorter and/or the plot is much more developed than this one was. I am sure that she'll take all of our reviews as constructive, not destructive criticism. I look forward to supporting your next book project!
Interesting church leaders Jan 11, 2007
The book was good. I think the author could have spent more time developing some of the main characters, also build more on the plot.