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  • Title: All is Swell: Trust in Thelma's Way
  • Author: Robert Farrell Smith
  • ISBN: 9781573454667
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Hardcover
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    303 thoughts on “All is Swell: Trust in Thelma's Way”


    1. I really enjoyed this book Now I have to say that the plot is well, it reads like a fisherman s tale a fisherman who is practiced in the art of storytelling In fact, sometimes I felt I was reading a verbal comic strip While the plot has some pretty ridiculous events intentionally so , the writing, and especially the similes and analogies, are so fresh and so funny, I promise you ll laugh out loud You ll have to And I fell in love with the unique, and quirky characters in Thelma s Way.


    2. Robbert Farrell Smith is amazing I have read all of his books and the Trust Trilogy is probably my favorite I re read them last time I visited home and remembered how great they are I haven t read many books funnier than anything by Smith I m talking laugh out loud, actually have to put the book down and wipe your eyes you are laughing so hard This guy is FUNNY and he hits the nail right on the head in so many ways Go ahead and buy one or two or all of his booksey are well worth the money and wo [...]


    3. Received this as an audiobook several years back LDS fiction, light reading, amuses me while working on the dishes.A young Mormon missionary is called to serve in rural Tennessee author inserts almost every stereotype here town called Thelma s Way Ends up staying there almost his entire mission when doesever happen , wanders around town often without his companion and falls in love with a local girl But it s all funny, so that s okay This story continues with two sequels, but I think I ve outgro [...]


    4. I dig the quirky sense of humor of author Robert F Smith and the Trust Williams Trilogy is full of it From the garden with the paved paths so the gardener can use his office chair, to the food storage fanatic who has food stored away in every inch of his trailer home, I found a lot to laugh atd sadly because these insane characters were echos of people I ve lived near throughout my life.


    5. this was an interesting book it was definitely different from the others in a special sort of indescribable way but it didn t lose it s grip on you for one second it would help if you understood everything about it but it s really not that difficult to figure out go to lds for general details but it was very sweet and very sad at some parts the ending was definitely one of my favorite parts this is an amazing trilogy, and this is the perfect book to start it off.


    6. I thought Robert Farrell Smith s first book Baptists at our Barbecue was funny and witty, but it went downhill from there This book seemed too much of a re hash of former stories, trying to repeat the same idea and humor Not funny It wasn t the worst I ve read, but all his other books are just repetitive in idea, and just not interesting any.


    7. This was light read Comic funny The characters are just a little beyond normal life a bit warped Although most of our lives have a few characters like these in them, hopefully we don t have that many at one time Trust is a missionary sent to serve his mission in Tennessee in a forgotten little town.


    8. This is a cute story about Trust Williams He s on a mission to Tennessee and spends the entire two years in a small community named Thelma s Way He hates the place at first, but eventually gets to know and love the people, although some of his companions leave a lot to be desired It s a funny book, but also has some good insights.


    9. Another good one by this author but I didn t love it as much as Baptists at our Barbecue F.Y.I The first two books in the Trust Williams trilogy are now contained in one volume called Bitten , just released this year.


    10. Love this book on tape Listened to it as a family on a trip Book wouldn t be nearly as funny, I m sure Read by the author and it s about a missionary in Thelma s Way, Louisinna So funny, witty and surprisingly well written We ll listen to this again, I m sure.


    11. I read this when I was pregnant with my first and I could not wait to get home from work for my lunch break or after work because this book was so hilarious I need to read it again because it s been too long


    12. This is another really fun book to read, I would find myself laughing out loud As well as the crazy characters in the book would remind me of people that I know, which made it even funnier, the reason I only gave it 4 stars is because it was a little slow in some spots.


    13. I really like the name Trust He s a really good man to not only serve his entire mission in the backwoods town of Thelma s Way, but to fall in love with its wacky out of the ordinary people It s a great missionary story.


    14. Hilarious at some points I was laughing on every page Totally light reading material, but completely entertaining I ve not read too much LDS fiction in the past, but I have to say I enjoyed this series.




    15. I liked it I have read it a couple times, so it has kidna lost it s appeal, but it is hilarious and you just keep reading it.



    16. SO funny I love that practically every Mormon cliche and or stereotype was mentioned I m excited to read the other 2 books.


    17. I read this series right after returning from my mission I was literally laughing out loud and couldn t wait to find the next one.


    18. Funny and inspiring I came to love the quirky characters of the book by seeing them through Trust s eyes Predictable but fun.





    19. This is a fun series of a missionary that finds himself in a very out of sorts town Full of love, laughs and entertainment


    20. This books is humorous to anyone who has served a mission It is a quick read Three stars is probably pushing it a bit, but I m glad I read it.


    21. Great for a quick entertaining read Loved reading these together on a road trip Have the series to loan if you re interested.




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