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#76: Pride in a Prayer - Charles Soto


Synopsis & Book Info:
Follow young Sarah Tillbrook as she struggles with love, grief and heartache. Caught between her racial parents and in love with a man they would not accept, Sarah's world spins out of control when devastation strikes. What she endures and survives meets her with her greatest fears, questions her faith and dares the unimaginable, to dream and believe and to never give up hope. An emotional rollercoaster of plot twists, with an ending you won't soon forget or have seen coming.

Paperback: 270 pages
Publisher: PublishAmerica
ISBN: 9781451219258
Purchase at Amazon


Author Bio:
Charles Soto lives in northern Minnesota with his wife of twenty-one years and his two daughters. His sole purpose in his writing is to incite reaction and make readers think and feel the entire story for themselves by expelling hard-driving emotion in his plots. Continuing to deliver storylines that boil to an explosive conclusion and draw strong reactions, he proves himself a master at the game of love and heartache with his inspiring style of writing. Along with his passion and talents for writing, Charles Soto is also a very talented ceramicist/sculptor. He creates bisque works in the renaissance, fantasy, and Native American styles. His artwork as well as his writing conveys his inner-most desires that fuel his appetite for the arts. His debut novel, Heartache and Sin will soon be followed by, Pride and a Prayer and promises to be just as profound and provocative. www.authorcharlessoto.com or www.charzarts.com


©2010


My Opinion:
I really wanted to like this book, and I do, but I didn't love it. Not like the feeling I got when I read Heartache & Sin.
Charles is a great writer, the words he chose is what I enjoyed. How he told the tale.
The story just didn't wow me this time though.

2/5


Recommend? No, but I do recommend Heartache & Sin (link goes to my review)


~I received a copy from the author. I was not compensated for my opinion.~

Comments

  1. I will check out your review of Heartache and Sin.

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  2. too bad. but were you surprised with the ending like the description suggests?

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  3. Ah shucks. Better luck next read freda! ^_^

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  4. Thanks. Won't check that out then! Admire your frank review.
    Lynn

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  5. I have to admit the synopsis didn't grab me on this one, too bad.

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