It follows the lives of three women who bonded for the first time during a New Year’s Eve party.
Genre – Chick lit
As we all know Sophie Kinsella is the queen of chick lit. No contenders, wait Meg Cabot? Well..
I got to find out about Mandisa in 2013 when I searched online for gospel artists to add to my playlist, I particularly liked Stronger and Overcomer. I knew who she was on the surface but I had no idea she was a contestant on the first season of American Idol in 2006 neither did I know she released a book in 2007.
I had ignored this book for a while but I’m so glad I finally got to read it. Mandisa was very open about her struggles with weight and her food addiction and how she overcame them, or rather is still overcoming them. One thing I learnt from this book is listening to God every time. If there’s one thing to pick from Mandisa’s life, it is the importance of having a consistent relationship with God. Another thing I learnt is the importance of having a network of friends that are always there for you spiritually.
This book is something we can all relate with at one point or the other. You can connect with her struggles, challenges and battles as a Christian in this 21st century. It’s amazing to see that 8 years after she didn’t win American Idol, she won a Grammy award. I’m so proud of her journey and achievements. Above all, her love for God is so contagious.
Idol eyes is an absolutely delightful book to read. I tried to look for a pdf version to attach but I wasn’t lucky with that. In case you come across it when next you’re in your favourite bookstore, don’t pass it by; buy it.
Hi! I talked about seeing the film adaptation of Me Before You some months back (you can read my thoughts on it here) and I totally loved it. It was on the top of chick lit books I always wanted to read and I didn’t like that I saw the movie before reading it because as we learnt from the Harry Potter series; the movies are never like the books.