Gospel Hour

Unlimited Gospel Hour - by T.R. Pearson - Gospel Hour, Gospel Hour When Donnie Huff survives a near fatal logging accident his ambitious mother in law insists that he has returned from the dead and he embarks on a Pentecostal revival trail and a discovery of his ow Unlimited Gospel Hour - by T.R. Pearson - Gospel Hour, Gospel Hour When Donnie Huff survives a near fatal logging accident his ambitious mother in law insists that he has returned from the dead and he embarks on a Pentecostal revival trail and a discovery of his ow

  • Title: Gospel Hour
  • Author: T.R. Pearson
  • ISBN: 9780380710362
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback
Gospel Hour

Unlimited Gospel Hour - by T.R. Pearson, Gospel Hour, T.R. Pearson, Gospel Hour When Donnie Huff survives a near fatal logging accident his ambitious mother in law insists that he has returned from the dead and he embarks on a Pentecostal revival trail and a discovery of his own faith Unlimited Gospel Hour - by T.R. Pearson - Gospel Hour, Gospel Hour When Donnie Huff survives a near fatal logging accident his ambitious mother in law insists that he has returned from the dead and he embarks on a Pentecostal revival trail and a discovery of his ow

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Gospel Hour

About “T.R. Pearson

  • T.R. Pearson

    Thomas Reid Pearson is an American novelist Pearson was born in Winston Salem, North Carolina He was a student at North Carolina State University, where he gained a B.A and M.A in English He went on to teach at Peace College in Raleigh, North Carolina He started work on a Ph.D in Pennsylvania but soon returned to North Carolina, where he worked as a carpenter and a housepainter while he began writing his first two novels, A Short History of a Small Place and Off for the Sweet Hereafter Neither was published until 1985, when he moved to New York City, where both books were issued by Linden Press.His novels are set in the South, in the imaginary small town of Neely, near Winston Salem, or, in his recent novels, in the Appalachian areas of Virginia, where he now lives His writing captures a uniquely Southern social order, outlook, and voice and has been compared to the work of Mark Twain and William Faulkner.A Short History of a Small Place, Off For the Sweet Hereafter, The Last of How It Was, Cry Me A River, Polar and Blue Ridge were New York Times Notable Books.Pearson also collaborated with John Grisham on early drafts of the screenplays for The Rainmaker 1997 and Runaway Jury 1998 , films based on two of Grisham s novels.Pearson lives in North Carolina.



381 thoughts on “Gospel Hour

  • This was read in 1991, so obviously I was reading the hardcover edition, not this paperback 1992 edition Generally, an outstanding book The overly descriptive writing can be tedious and tough to plow through at times, but Pearson s eye for rural southern mannerisms, dialect and humor are well worth it The story of a logger nearly drowned in an accident, who is persuaded by his mother in law that he was transported to the heavenly portal and said hey to Jesus Memorable characters Delmon, the baby [...]


  • I love this man s work, particularly the first phase Neely books, and this Virginia one The briefer, recent stuff of the last ten years is also terrific, but these earlier sprawlers are the ones I fell for and the ones that read like nothing else.




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