Diary of a Teenage Girl Series, Chloe #1: My Name Is ChloeDiary of a Teenage Girl Series, Chloe #1: My Name Is Chloe
Melody Carlson
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Josh Miller's kid sister, Chloe, is not your average teen. To some, she's a frustrated rebel; to others, a free-spirited freak. Chloe has questions and doubts that take you places most people never think to go...like the local cemetery. After a personal encounter with God--on His terms, at last--she surrenders her will and her heart to Him, then sets out on a spiritual mission.

Guitar in hand, Chloe finds music is the conduit for the deep feelings that pulse through her soul, and forms the girl band Redemption. Yet even for a follower of Christ, life never plays in perfect harmony. Join Chloe at the beginning of a wild ride to stardom in the Christian music industry--a place where life is unpredictable and only God knows what kind of twists and turns await you on the road ahead. 288 pages. Recommended for ages 14 and up.
     


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 My Name Is Chloe
by Melody Carlson
Multnomah Publishers

In the fifth of her widely popular books for teens, Melody Carlson breaks away from her usual heroine, Caitlin O'Conner, and moves to Chloe Miller, the wacky, gothic sister of Caitlin's boyfriend, Josh.

Written in "diary" format, Chloe's well-told story unfolds on the first day of the new school year first year of high school, no less with these words: "I don't hate my life anymore. At least not today." What the reader learns about Chloe is that though she thinks she's "dark," and though she dresses strangely, wears her hair weird and hangs out with the outcasts of society, Chloe Miller is just plain scared. Unbeknownst to her, however, a host of young Christians are praying her into God's kingdom, and when that happens, watch out world Chloe Miller is talking to God!

My Name Is Chloe should be read by every teenager and makes a great crossover book or ministry tool. Young people who are believers and those who left high school years ago but still remember it well will understand Chloe's struggles as a new Christian. More importantly, those who haven't made a commitment to God will find themselves asking life-changing questions.

- Eva Marie Everson
 

Reprinted with permission from Christian Retailing, January 20, 2003.
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