• She Who Laughs, Lasts!

  • Laugh-Out-Loud Stories from Today's Best-Known Women of Faith
  • By: Ann Spangler
  • Narrated by: Christian Taylor
  • Length: 5 hrs and 40 mins
  • 3.3 out of 5 stars (30 ratings)

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She Who Laughs, Lasts!

By: Ann Spangler
Narrated by: Christian Taylor
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Publisher's Summary

Ann Spangler has collected the funniest stories from todays funniest women between the covers of one book.
©2000 Ann Spangler (P)2008 Zondervan

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Amusing but not LOL

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

It's good to hear stories not riddled with profanities. Recommended for

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This is a compilation of short essays and anecdotes by a variety of women. About half were amusing, others were interesting and pleasant, and some were just one-liners. Think: Chicken Soup stories without the tears. The performance was okay. The different segments could have been more clearly defined - they were captioned immediately after the preceding segment with the author's name stated with out of place enthusiasm - but then again, that's when you knew there was a change. It wasn't bad, just not up to the hype/anticipation.

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