Also by this author: A Hint of Hell (Paranormal Comedy), Detention, A Hint of Magic
Heaven just turned out to be worse than Hell!
After being killed, Dora Carridine was shipped off to Heaven. But she’s not ready to give up her life just yet, especially not when it means spending eternity in angel boot camp.
She does everything in her power to try to get home, but nothing works. Even if she manages to escape Camp Angel and survive the sadistic drill sergeant, she still doesn’t know how to get her body back.
Powerless and alone, she decides that there is only one thing she can do. Dora has to find God and hope he’s not a sanctimonious dick.
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Claire Chilton never ceases to amaze me. I’ve enjoyed every book in this series, but I’m pretty sure that Divine Dora is, by far, my favorite.
In Divine Dora, we continue to see Chilton’s unique and hilarious sense of humor. I can honestly say I can’t think of another author who can make me laugh out loud at her stories like she can. The dynamic between her characters is amazing. Their insults are creative and something I can imagine myself saying to my friends (and enemies).
One of the things I love about this book is the perspective that Chilton gives on God and religion. It’s unique and interesting, and something I have never seen before. I love new spins on religious ideas, so this was fun for me.
The adventures that these characters go on never cease to amaze me. Dora has travelled to some incredible places and she just keeps on going. I’m glad we got to spend time with her and her friends. After reading Divine Dora, I’m really curious as to what Pooey’s real story is. I hope Chilton gives us some more about him in the future.
I highly recommend this series to anyone with a sense of humor that can appreciate what Chilton has done with this story. It has been one hell of a journey (no pun intended lol).