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Sisters Gonna Work It Out is a novella that comes exclusively free with Angels in the Moonlight (see back of book for details). The novella explores the origins of the mysterious Sisters of The Saint order of nuns. They have been described as what the A-Team would be like if they were made up of arse-kicking nuns. The novella finds the sisters in Colombia in 1985, with noo Sisters Gonna Work It Out is a novella that comes exclusively free with Angels in the Moonlight (see back of book for details). The novella explores the origins of the mysterious Sisters of The Saint order of nuns. They have been described as what the A-Team would be like if they were made up of arse-kicking nuns. The novella finds the sisters in Colombia in 1985, with nooses around their necks, having upset the local drug baron. With the end so close, they each look back on the chain of events that lead them to this place, while also arguing as to who exactly is to blame for their current predicament.


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Sisters Gonna Work It Out is a novella that comes exclusively free with Angels in the Moonlight (see back of book for details). The novella explores the origins of the mysterious Sisters of The Saint order of nuns. They have been described as what the A-Team would be like if they were made up of arse-kicking nuns. The novella finds the sisters in Colombia in 1985, with noo Sisters Gonna Work It Out is a novella that comes exclusively free with Angels in the Moonlight (see back of book for details). The novella explores the origins of the mysterious Sisters of The Saint order of nuns. They have been described as what the A-Team would be like if they were made up of arse-kicking nuns. The novella finds the sisters in Colombia in 1985, with nooses around their necks, having upset the local drug baron. With the end so close, they each look back on the chain of events that lead them to this place, while also arguing as to who exactly is to blame for their current predicament.

30 review for Sisters Gonna Work It Out

  1. 5 out of 5

    Hans

    A funny (very) short story about 3 sisters who are a member of a religious order that does things its own way.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    I’m a huge fan of this author’s Dublin Trilogy. His latest (Angels in the Moonlight) was a prequel to the series & tucked in the back was a link to download this little gem featuring 3 kickass nuns who appear in the story. They belong to a small order. In fact, they ARE the order. Sister Bernadette is a tiny, older woman but do not be fooled. Piss her off & she will take you out. Sister Assumpta is the quiet, brilliant one. It’s not that she can’t speak, it’s just that she prefers chickens to mo I’m a huge fan of this author’s Dublin Trilogy. His latest (Angels in the Moonlight) was a prequel to the series & tucked in the back was a link to download this little gem featuring 3 kickass nuns who appear in the story. They belong to a small order. In fact, they ARE the order. Sister Bernadette is a tiny, older woman but do not be fooled. Piss her off & she will take you out. Sister Assumpta is the quiet, brilliant one. It’s not that she can’t speak, it’s just that she prefers chickens to most people. And Sister Dionne retains talents from her previous life that would land lesser souls behind bars. But how did these wildly different women end up as nuns? Well….journey to 1985 Columbia with this shortie & find out. It’s an entertaining & harrowing account of how they found their calling & came to be strung up in a drug lord’s stable. Along the way, you’ll even get a psychological profile of Waldo (of “Where’s…” fame) courtesy of Sister Assumpta. Sister Bernadette is my new role model & if the author ever decides to give them a full length book of their own, I’ll be in line.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    What a delight! In this novella we are properly introduced to The Sisters of The Saint, the unconventional order that appeared in Angels in the Moonlight. These are seriously funny nuns with a penchant for breaking the law….only Caimh MacDonnell can conjure up the trio. I grew up with nuns at school some of them were strict some were unconventional and the majority were a funny bunch. The Sisters of the Saint break the nun mold! This author who is one of my favorites can describe you a rock makin What a delight! In this novella we are properly introduced to The Sisters of The Saint, the unconventional order that appeared in Angels in the Moonlight. These are seriously funny nuns with a penchant for breaking the law….only Caimh MacDonnell can conjure up the trio. I grew up with nuns at school some of them were strict some were unconventional and the majority were a funny bunch. The Sisters of the Saint break the nun mold! This author who is one of my favorites can describe you a rock making the rock hysterically funny at the same time that he finds humanity in the stone. If you haven’t get any book by McDonnell and prepare to laugh.

  4. 5 out of 5

    John

    I was gifted this book by the author, in exchange for an honest review, after I had queried him regarding their sudden appearance in Angel in the Moonlight. The book is very short by this author's standards, less than 50 pages, and that's why I could only give it a 4-star rating. however, this does not stop you from getting a rollicking, laugh out loud story. It's just a pity that we didn't receive a full story of the events that had put the Sisters in the predicament they find themselves. The o I was gifted this book by the author, in exchange for an honest review, after I had queried him regarding their sudden appearance in Angel in the Moonlight. The book is very short by this author's standards, less than 50 pages, and that's why I could only give it a 4-star rating. however, this does not stop you from getting a rollicking, laugh out loud story. It's just a pity that we didn't receive a full story of the events that had put the Sisters in the predicament they find themselves. The opportunity was there. I hope we 'see' more of the Sisters of The Saint. Highly recommend.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Desole

    Fun and feisty novella(?) of how the kick-ass nuns in the rest of the series got to be who they are. What’s not to love about a bunch of women who find their place by embracing their “differentness”?! They use their unusual skills to help others in such a Badass way that never feels preachy ( though occasionally a wee bit heavy handed). They’re fun and fabulous and I can’t wait to hear more from them

  6. 5 out of 5

    Don Jimmy Reviews

    The sisters have been caught and are currently hanging from their necks. But how is it that they got here? This is a very clever and funny book from Caimh. Given as a Free novella with purchase of "Angels In The Moon Light" it stars the Nuns from said book. More brilliant characters from the man who brought us Bunny Mc Garry. A great read, I only wish it was longer. I hope we are going to get a full novel about them. The sisters have been caught and are currently hanging from their necks. But how is it that they got here? This is a very clever and funny book from Caimh. Given as a Free novella with purchase of "Angels In The Moon Light" it stars the Nuns from said book. More brilliant characters from the man who brought us Bunny Mc Garry. A great read, I only wish it was longer. I hope we are going to get a full novel about them.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sergio GRANDE

    FOUR AND A HALF STARS. I cannot give it the full five because the author didn't give us the full story, just a 90-odd pages novella. But I can tell that if he ever finishes writing the story, I will definitely buy the book and probably up my rating. Full disclosure: I did not pay for this book; I got it as a free download for joining the author's fan page. Tsk... Two cheap skates. FOUR AND A HALF STARS. I cannot give it the full five because the author didn't give us the full story, just a 90-odd pages novella. But I can tell that if he ever finishes writing the story, I will definitely buy the book and probably up my rating. Full disclosure: I did not pay for this book; I got it as a free download for joining the author's fan page. Tsk... Two cheap skates.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Frederic

    A short back-story, offered as a freebie on completing the Kindle version of Angels in the Moonlight. It's nice to have this back-story, but I don't think it's as strong as the main series – partly because it's short, but also because I find the Irish context richer and more engaging. A short back-story, offered as a freebie on completing the Kindle version of Angels in the Moonlight. It's nice to have this back-story, but I don't think it's as strong as the main series – partly because it's short, but also because I find the Irish context richer and more engaging.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Quinn

    I loved the sisters when they popped on the scene in Angels in the Moonlight. This novella was so much fun to read and it was neat knowing the sisters' back stories. I loved the sisters when they popped on the scene in Angels in the Moonlight. This novella was so much fun to read and it was neat knowing the sisters' back stories.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay

    What a hilarious book. I've pretty much laughed through the whole story. This features meeting two of the sisters and also one of their adventures helping others with their troubles!! If you'd loved the first 3 stories you'll really love this What a hilarious book. I've pretty much laughed through the whole story. This features meeting two of the sisters and also one of their adventures helping others with their troubles!! If you'd loved the first 3 stories you'll really love this

  11. 4 out of 5

    Hugh Mcgovern

    great fun

  12. 5 out of 5

    Alisa Brink

    Oh man! Why isn’t there more fiction like this?!? Caimh McDonnell is one of my new favorite authors.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rachael

    Loved a bit of background on the nuns. Hope they are featured in future books

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sue Robinson

    A very funny and entertaining short read from this author. I like his Dublin trilogy very much and always end up with tears of laughter running down my face. If you want cheering up this is your guy.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lynn

    review to follow

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jen Green

    Loved it. Bring back the nuns!

  17. 5 out of 5

    jon

    Hopefully the nuns will be back with a full length book soon

  18. 5 out of 5

    Josh Rhoades

  19. 5 out of 5

    Elena Metta

  20. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Baxter

  21. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

  22. 5 out of 5

    Becky

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sjcavill

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rosann

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lee

  26. 5 out of 5

    Clare

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ashlea Guilfoyle

  28. 5 out of 5

    Allen Latham

  29. 5 out of 5

    Phil

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kay VanDyke

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