Love Jude by Annie Porthouse
  

Synopsis

Love Jude by Annie Porthouse

Continuing where Dear Bob left off, Jude Singleton has survived the first year of university, resolved some of her spiritual difficulties, and is finally in a steady Christian relationship. She now has to cope with a boyfriend, and juggle all the other demands and struggles students have to face. Does she manage to keep it together? Or does her boyfriend come to the conclusion that she's a bit of a weirdo? As hilariously funny as the first book, teens and young adults will readily identify with the situations and scrapes Jude finds herself in and the topics covered by her story. Written in the same almost txt shorthand style as Dear Bob, and unlike anything else published by SU, Love Jude is bound to be a winner with this age group.

About the Author

Annie Porthouse is married with two children. She is studying for a Theology degree and is involved in youth work at her church. This her second book confirms Annie has a recognisable storytelling talent. Annie has extensively promoted her first book at Greenbelt and other Christian festivals.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
178 pages

Author

Annie Porthouse
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Publisher

Scripture Union Publishing

Publication date

11th June 2004

ISBN

9781844270446


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