It is Risen Epub È It is PDF \ Kindle Edition

It is Risen Epub È It is PDF \ Kindle Edition


10 thoughts on “It is Risen (Jessica Christ Book 5)

  1. NoSanninWa NoSanninWa says:

    I was provided a review copy of this book and am glad to review it in hopes that others will enjoy it as much as I didI have read too many series that slowly taper off in uality or inspiration after the third or fourth volume Jessica Christ is exactly the opposite With each volume the author's writing is funnier wittier and clearly focused Now in volume 5 I feel that the series is really hitting its stride Probably the key to why this series is getting better is that it is getting much relatable to me as an adult Now Jessica has found a goal but real life is cruelly getting in the way of letting her accomplish it I can really emphasize with that but with Jessica being the daughter of God she has even trouble with real life than I have had to deal And definitely stranger trouble with life's reality Much stranger If the writing wasn't so incredibly funny it might be upsettingImpressively Jessica Christ can be this fun without seeing nearly as much of the series' standard antagonists of Jimmy and Eugene Thornton Until now a lot of the conflict and humor has boiled around those two figures In this volume the author proves she doesn't need them to make me laugh or gaspUnfortunately now that I've finished reading the pun ishingly titled It is Risen I am going to have to wait for H Claire Taylor to finish writing volume six It is going to be a dark time until I can read the next volume


  2. Susan Bazzett-Griffith Susan Bazzett-Griffith says:

    I felt like this installment of the JC series was a little less well paced than the others and it dragged I understand the need in the narrative for the excerpts from Jimmy Dean's book and that was part of the issue but also uite plainly the whole bakery plot line simply isn't that interesting to me and I was left disappointed that still even with the necessity of it being a plot point in the book that Jessica McCloud still has not figured out her philosophy of sorts I hope to see that in the next novel but if the protagonist is still being as indecisive and without principles after that I worry that the series will drift into soap opera esue serial writing far from the original funny satirical social commentary I'd come to love and expect from the author Only 3 stars but am holding out hope that the next book will be back on track Every series has to have one dud right?


  3. Tina Tina says:

    An excellent edition to this expanding series It Is Risen offers us a look at Jessica as she starts out on her adult life working toward opening a bakery She's still surrounded by good friends both old and new Her old enemies Jimmy and Eugene are still around too although not as muchIt's fun to watch Jessica grow and Taylor has done a great job at communicating that She's becoming relatable as she grows into adulthood but the author hasn't lost the essence of Jessica I look forward to the next entry in this series


  4. Dave Dave says:

    I have loved loved loved everything that H has written so when I was given the opportunity to read an advance copy I jumped at it JUMPED AT IT I SAYI think this is probably my favorite of the series Not as much Jimmy as I want I always want Jimmy I think the story the writing and Jessica's growth as a character have continued to get better with each installment If you've read through book 4 and are wondering about picking up 5 absolutely do soSuper duper good


  5. Arin Arin says:

    The series continues with the same humor and irreverence that it began with I love this author's imagination creativity and fearless exploration of religion through an unwilling heroine H Claire Taylor creates masterful insights into the modern world and how we all struggle to find our place in it Read this book read the series heck read it twice


  6. Abi Luftig Abi Luftig says:

    I'm so annoyed because I thought this was the final book in the series and we'd finally find out who the Devil is even tho I'm like 97% sure I already know but it's not and now I gotta wait for the author to finish the next oneAlso Jess is starting to get a little whiny And I don't like her indecision about Chris Break up or commit


  7. Beth Peccarelli Beth Peccarelli says:

    The story continues and Jessica still is trying to figure life outJessica is closer to being a miracle bakery owner angels continue to reveal themselves for the good of Jessica and the bad Jesus comes to earth Jameson Fractal returns and Chris may have a future in the NFL Can't wait to see how it all works out


  8. C I KESZEI C I KESZEI says:

    The previous 4 have been truly excellent and it was always going to be a high bar to keep it going I struggled to enjoy the Jimmy extracts in this but perhaps that was due to my rush to finish the book and get onto number 6 It was still well written and a much needed part to fill in some gaps and ultimately build up to book 6


  9. Betsy Betsy says:

    Disappointed I enjoyed the first book of the series but it just got dumber with each book I had a difficult time finishing it I thought there would be a finale that would make it worth the time but that didn’t happen


  10. Lisa Norvell Lisa Norvell says:

    LoveThis is a Cracker Jack™ of a series and book 5 is the example Jessica is growing up and gets some unexpected help


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It is Risen (Jessica Christ Book 5) [PDF / Epub] ☂ It is Risen (Jessica Christ Book 5) ✐ H. Claire Taylor – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Let there be adulting Post collegiate life in Austin Texas is going as well as Jessica McCloud had expected meaning it’s exhausting and lonely and she’s mega broke If she’s ever going to get her Let there be adulting Post collegiate life in Austin Texas is going as well as Jessica McCloud had expected meaning it’s exhausting and lonely and she’s mega broke If she’s ever going to It is PDF \ get her business off the ground though she needs to get her ass in gear After all groceries don’t pay for themselves But that’s what credit cards are for right Same could be said for winning scratch off tickets except Jessica is done accepting her heavenly father’s help If she’s going to make something of herself she’ll accomplish it on her own sans divine intervention In the meantime there’s a book of enigmatic half truths making the rounds that she’s long overdue for reading No not the Bible but the official memoirs of Reverend Jimmy Dean for which she definitely didn’t write the foreword regardless of what Jimmy claims She may not know what’s between the covers but she does know it’s part of a plot he’s hatching though how his scheming will manifest this time is anyone’s guess Can Jessica get traction with her bakery before the other pearly white boot drops on Jimmy’s latest power grab And is there even a point to making something of her life when a smarter wealthier charismatic force is set on twisting whatever she achieves to his own advantage It is Risen is the fifth book in the Jessica Christ series of comedy satire masterpieces If you like snarky humor fresh takes on feminism and adult hijinks then you’ll love H Claire Taylor’s divine comedyBuy It is Risen today and prepare for an ungodly amount of laughter.

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  • It is Risen (Jessica Christ Book 5)
  • H. Claire Taylor
  • 21 November 2014

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10 thoughts on “It is Risen (Jessica Christ Book 5)

  1. NoSanninWa NoSanninWa says:

    I was provided a review copy of this book and am glad to review it in hopes that others will enjoy it as much as I didI have read too many series that slowly taper off in uality or inspiration after the third or fourth volume Jessica Christ is exactly the opposite With each volume the author's writing is funnier wittier and clearly focused Now in volume 5 I feel that the series is really hitting its stride Probably the key to why this series is getting better is that it is getting much relatable to me as an adult Now Jessica has found a goal but real life is cruelly getting in the way of letting her accomplish it I can really emphasize with that but with Jessica being the daughter of God she has even trouble with real life than I have had to deal And definitely stranger trouble with life's reality Much stranger If the writing wasn't so incredibly funny it might be upsettingImpressively Jessica Christ can be this fun without seeing nearly as much of the series' standard antagonists of Jimmy and Eugene Thornton Until now a lot of the conflict and humor has boiled around those two figures In this volume the author proves she doesn't need them to make me laugh or gaspUnfortunately now that I've finished reading the pun ishingly titled It is Risen I am going to have to wait for H Claire Taylor to finish writing volume six It is going to be a dark time until I can read the next volume

  2. Susan Bazzett-Griffith Susan Bazzett-Griffith says:

    I felt like this installment of the JC series was a little less well paced than the others and it dragged I understand the need in the narrative for the excerpts from Jimmy Dean's book and that was part of the issue but also uite plainly the whole bakery plot line simply isn't that interesting to me and I was left disappointed that still even with the necessity of it being a plot point in the book that Jessica McCloud still has not figured out her philosophy of sorts I hope to see that in the next novel but if the protagonist is still being as indecisive and without principles after that I worry that the series will drift into soap opera esue serial writing far from the original funny satirical social commentary I'd come to love and expect from the author Only 3 stars but am holding out hope that the next book will be back on track Every series has to have one dud right?

  3. Tina Tina says:

    An excellent edition to this expanding series It Is Risen offers us a look at Jessica as she starts out on her adult life working toward opening a bakery She's still surrounded by good friends both old and new Her old enemies Jimmy and Eugene are still around too although not as muchIt's fun to watch Jessica grow and Taylor has done a great job at communicating that She's becoming relatable as she grows into adulthood but the author hasn't lost the essence of Jessica I look forward to the next entry in this series

  4. Dave Dave says:

    I have loved loved loved everything that H has written so when I was given the opportunity to read an advance copy I jumped at it JUMPED AT IT I SAYI think this is probably my favorite of the series Not as much Jimmy as I want I always want Jimmy I think the story the writing and Jessica's growth as a character have continued to get better with each installment If you've read through book 4 and are wondering about picking up 5 absolutely do soSuper duper good

  5. Arin Arin says:

    The series continues with the same humor and irreverence that it began with I love this author's imagination creativity and fearless exploration of religion through an unwilling heroine H Claire Taylor creates masterful insights into the modern world and how we all struggle to find our place in it Read this book read the series heck read it twice

  6. Abi Luftig Abi Luftig says:

    I'm so annoyed because I thought this was the final book in the series and we'd finally find out who the Devil is even tho I'm like 97% sure I already know but it's not and now I gotta wait for the author to finish the next oneAlso Jess is starting to get a little whiny And I don't like her indecision about Chris Break up or commit

  7. Beth Peccarelli Beth Peccarelli says:

    The story continues and Jessica still is trying to figure life outJessica is closer to being a miracle bakery owner angels continue to reveal themselves for the good of Jessica and the bad Jesus comes to earth Jameson Fractal returns and Chris may have a future in the NFL Can't wait to see how it all works out

  8. C I KESZEI C I KESZEI says:

    The previous 4 have been truly excellent and it was always going to be a high bar to keep it going I struggled to enjoy the Jimmy extracts in this but perhaps that was due to my rush to finish the book and get onto number 6 It was still well written and a much needed part to fill in some gaps and ultimately build up to book 6

  9. Betsy Betsy says:

    Disappointed I enjoyed the first book of the series but it just got dumber with each book I had a difficult time finishing it I thought there would be a finale that would make it worth the time but that didn’t happen

  10. Lisa Norvell Lisa Norvell says:

    LoveThis is a Cracker Jack™ of a series and book 5 is the example Jessica is growing up and gets some unexpected help

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