In this character-driven novel, Stacy Baker pulls back the curtain on the publishing industry, revealing a world about which most can only dream. You won't be able to stop listening as you see lives unravel, and you'll want to make sure everyone you care about listens too.
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As this was categorized "Religious/Inspirational" I expected more discussion of how the characters' faith informed their actions. Instead, references to faith were merely tacked on and not a cohesive part of the plot. The premise of the story was interesting, but overall I felt I wasted my money.
This could have been my own mistake, but I wasn't aware that our author was writing a religious novel. The storyline was catchy, the characters had color, but the christian undertones ruined the story for me.
There was no real flow between the plotline and religion except for random raves about being spiritual and believing in Christ as our savior. This is exemplified when the main character goes to visit her aunt and while you are led to believe that the aunt is telling a story, she's really preaching about Christ.
I loked the story, but felt it was too Born Again.
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