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WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS
by Stacy Hawkins Adams

Genre: Inspirational, Multicultural

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Adams' latest installment in the Jubilant Soul series is replete with realistic characters and intriguing dialogue. Unafraid to confront sensitive issues, she provides readers with spiritual nuggets that can be applied to their lives. Those who haven't read the first installment may want to do so. Although the pace drags at times, the story has enough drama to keep readers wanting more.

Indigo Burns has it all!
She just finished college, has a great summer internship and has been accepted into a master's program for photography. Coming back to Jubilant to celebrate her accomplishments is the icing on the cake. But Indigo's perfect world begins to shatter when she's diagnosed with glaucoma. She loses her internship, her favorite aunt suffers a stroke and her man isn't the person she thought she knew. Life becomes very complicated very quickly, and Indigo doesn't know which way to turn. With her life crumbling around her,
she learns that God is the only one who can pick up the pieces. (REVELL,
Jul., 256 pp., $12.99)

Reviewed By: Jennifer Reyes

Publisher: REVELL

Published: July 2009

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