Fifteen Minutes was an enjoyable book. It shows the dangers of a Christian compromising with the world. This was a very good moral for this book because it seems that many Christians are always compromising and doing things the world's way! I liked the main characters, mostly, and the plot was entertaining. This was a well-written book. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Christian fiction.
This book brings home the realities of the "reality TV" world!! I believe it also shows how difficult it is to be a true Christian in the "reality TV" world, and I applaud Karen Kingsbury for showing the REALness of the "reality TV" lifestyle.
Die-hard Karen Kingsbury fans are going to be thrilled with this newest offering. Karen is such a prolific and talented writer. It is hard to imagine how one could write so many stories without becoming formula driven. So far Karen has managed to escape that trap.
The true costs to obtaining and maintaining fame are addressed in this well-written book. The stories of Kelly and Chandra give us a glimpse of the price of fame. It takes a toll on every aspect of their lives. The voice of God has become silent, their families are destroyed, and the contentment they thought they would find with having it all is elusive.
Fifteen Minutes gives a great fictionalized account of reality TV and those unsuspecting individuals who clamor to become a part of it. It will make you think differently as you watch your favorite show each week. I think you will begin to picture the contestants as real people with real lives. For that we can all benefit from the reading of this book.
I received a copy of this book to facilitate my review.