Really enjoyable story of a young woman with a hard life getting herself right. Interesting mix of people, assorted pentacostal christians who arent all they should be to her. enjoyable.
Bishop T.D. Jakes is not Dostoevsky (nor does he have to be) and this isn't an earth shattering read, but I see so many young people making these kinds of poor choices that maybe there is a place in the world for this book. Don't expect great literature, but unfortunately, it may be a reflection of a large portion of society....Continua