Thursday, February 28, 2013

All For a Song

Dorothy Lynn Dunbar has everything she ever wanted: her family, her church, her community, and plans to marry the young pastor who took over her late father’s pulpit. Time spent in the woods, lifting her heart and voice in worship accompanied by her brother’s old guitar, makes her life complete . . . and yet she longs for something more.

Spending a few days in St. Louis with her sister’s family, Dorothy Lynn discovers a whole new way of life—movies, music, dancing; daring fashions and fancy cars. And a dynamic charismatic evangelist . . . who just happens to be a woman. When Dorothy Lynn is offered a chance to join Aimee Semple McPherson’s crusade team, she finds herself confronted with temptations she never dreamed of. Can Dorothy Lynn embrace all the Roaring Twenties has to offer without losing herself in the process?
This book ended differently then i thought and was slightly confusing and fuzzy on certain parts. The main charecter was "flitty" to me. Like how she allowed people to control what she did and how she dressed. And she didn't have a lot of control over her own life in certain parts of the book. But all in all it was a good read that i enjoyed reading. I would recommend this title to lovers of Christian fiction and the 1990's.
i give it 4 out of 5 stars, just because of the confusing parts of the book.
I recieved this book for review thru Tyndale house publishiers, only to express my own views. 

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