Book Reviews of RV There Yet? (Women of Faith, Bk 13)

RV There Yet? (Women of Faith, Bk 13)
RV There Yet - Women of Faith, Bk 13
Author: Diann Hunt
ISBN-13: 9781595541420
ISBN-10: 159554142X
Publication Date: 6/13/2006
Pages: 320
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 27 ratings
Publisher: WestBow Press
Book Type: Paperback
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"RV We There Yet" was a fun book to read. It's "chick lit" and I loved the fact that the "chicks" were hitting age 50. My husband and I have had an RV for many years and I related to some of the funny things that occurred along their journey.
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Funny! I read it in one night,and would love to read more by the author!
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Like the 2nd half of the book better than the front half, but in all it was worth reading. These 3 friends, who are really not that well-acquainted after losing touch over the years, are traveling by broken-down RV to the camp where they spent summers as teens. There is loads of bickering in the beginning and the trip seems to take forever. Once the trio of friends arrive at the camp, the story picks up.
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I really liked this book. Quick read and the characters were great!!
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Great story about 3 friends' trip together in an RV to save their childhood bible camp.
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I enjoyed this book. As someone else has said, the 2nd half I thought was better than the first half but worth reading. Three women are all facing challenges in their lives; the 'baby' of the 3 turns 50 on the trip. One is a recent widow having problems with her college aged sons - one dating an atheist and the other drops out blaming God for letting his father die. Another is an organizational freak(!) who is a librarian resisting the new computers and afraid she's going to be replaced. The 'main' character is the one turning 50 who co-owns a chocolate shop that just had a competitor move in down the street and she's the more daring one but is struggling with getting over the wrong man she had been dating. I think there should be a sequel to this because it ws getting really good the last half and I'd like to see how things worked out with the group from this book as well as see how the characters mentioned but not featured do such as the college sons and the other bikers.
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A very enjoyable quick read! Loved the characters!
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i wanted to like this book, but i just couldn't get into it. for about the 1st 50 to 70 pages i keep getting the charaters confused on who was who. this is the first book i have read of this author & i have more on my tbr by her so i'll give her another try.
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This story can be just what we need sometimes; A cheerful, kinda predictable tale that will lift your spirits and is just an enjoyable, relaxing read.
The regular plot of bored women setting out to find adventure-and they do, but maybe not in quite the most predictable ways.

All in all, I always enjoy an uplifting and happy lark of a story now and then; as I think most of us do.
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Diann Hunt is a hoot. She has a flow and style that is comfortable to read. Never preachy and just turn the page enjoyable. This story is about 3 best friends going to a camp reunion to save the camp, traveling in a bit of a beat up RV. Ms Hunt will show you life does not end being fun when you hit 50. It is only beginning, i find this her theme in all her books. It gives me inspiration and leaves me with a smile each time i pick up one of her books. Her words are binding for all women who love life and can laugh at the "stuff" it brings.