Bunn's disjointed story contains numerous characters that drift and are hard to connect with. But the references to God, his timing and the difference he can make in one's life are inspiring.

After spending time in jail, where he comes to God, Brent Stark is trying to re-establish his career. Once a well-known actor, he feels his only outlet, now that he's sober, is local theater. When he's approached with a possible new film venture, he's afraid that if he accepts, he'll disappoint others once again. Can he trust God to lead him on the path? (BETHANY HOUSE, Sep., 384 pp., $19.99)
Reviewed by: 
Leslie L. McKee