1. Unwritten
    Charles Martin
    Center Street / 2014 / Trade Paperback
    $8.49 Retail: $15.00 Save 43% ($6.51)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 12 Reviews
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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    Awesome read
    June 25, 2017
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    I wasn't sure I was going to like this book. The first couple of chapters didn't grab me at all, and I was second guessing my decision to put this book on my birthday wish list. However, I have liked everything I have read by Charles Martin, so I kept reading and it did soon grab me. I think this is the 4th book I have read by Martin, and I am impressed and amazed at the multilayered characters he comes up with. This book was no different in that aspect. I liked "Sunday" right away and found myself envying his lifestyle, and though I didn't like Katie at first, she grew on me. I thought the plot was extraordinary, and was totally surprised when "Sunday" finally did share his story. Although God isn't mentioned a lot in the book, the theme runs all through the book that a life can be changed and a different course can be set.
  2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    Good Weekend Book
    November 14, 2014
    CBD Regular
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 4
    I liked it, it kept my attention. Good easy read for the weekend. No smut.
  3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    Wonderful Book - Ebook
    October 2, 2014
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 4
    This review was written for Unwritten - eBook.
    This is one of the best books that I have read lately. I enjoyed it so much, even though it is heavy, that I want to read all of Charles Martin's books.
  4. Victorville, CA
    Age: 45-54
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    One word...Unforgettable!!!
    April 28, 2014
    Victorville, CA
    Age: 45-54
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    "I wanted to get out of there before someone found us. Accused us. Steady sat unfazed. Unmoving. She curled into a fetal position in his lap while he whispered in the air above her.

    The circular burn around her neck was not going away any time soon. A tattoo sans ink. As were the burns on my hands. I made my way to the kitchen sink, ran cold water over the raw meat in my palms, and then handed a wet towel to Steady. He dabbed her neck. Soothing her skin.

    She lay there, sobbing. Shaking uncontrollably. What I saw was not the women who lit the silver screen, walked the red carpet, graced the cover of Vogue, People, or name your tabloid, but a broken human being at the bottom. I slid down the wall, and sat quietly, deciding something I'd long since suspected but never known for sure. Man, or woman, is not made to be worshipped. We are not physically cut out for it. Life in the spotlight, on the pedestal, at the top of the world was a lonely, singular, desolate, soul-killing place." (pg 42).

    To say that Katie Quinn was on top of the world, would be an understatement. She could have anything she ever dreamed and nothing was out of her reach. Being the highest paid female in Hollywood, she could command an 8 figure salary on anything she signed her name to and others got paid to make sure that happened. But money doesn't buy you happiness no matter how much you have and that is something Katie has discovered as she realizes this isn't the life she ever dreamed it would be. Most don't, until they live it and after awhile, desperately wish things were different.

    Thankfully for her, Steady, her priest, realized that she was going to attempt suicide that afternoon when she went to confession leaving all her worldly possessions and power of attorney of her estate to him. Now he just needed to find a way to reach the person she was outside of Hollywood's leading roles and find a way to heal the pain so deep inside her that the only way to relieve that pain would be to take a gracefully bow off her penthouse in Miami. But God has other plans in store for Katie and it will begin by first choosing one of three doors set before her. Once she chooses, she can never go back. He just hopes she will choose the right one.

    I received Unwritten by Charles Martin compliments of Center Street Publishing, a division of Hachette Book Groups for my honest review. I did not receive any monetary compensation for a favorable review and the opinions expressed in this review are strictly my own, except where otherwise noted. Charles Martin is fast becoming one of my favorite authors. In fact, just seeing his name on any book will guarantee I will read it. There are that great! Think Nicholas Sparks, Dan Walsh, Andy Andrews and you have an idea of the type of novel that will completely captivate you and transport you to a time and place of the characters you will discover there. This is the story of how broken people can find healing again, if, they are willing to search for it. It lies within us all and I think there is a part of us that can relate to Katie or Sunday, the man who offers to walk by her side for the journey. What you will discover in the end, is something so remarkable you have to pick up a copy of Unwritten and read it for yourself. There are second chances and fresh starts waiting just inside! I easily give this one a 5 out of 5 stars! Unforgettable!!!
  5. Florence, WI
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    3 Stars Out Of 5
    Okay story but not as good as others
    April 3, 2014
    Florence, WI
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 3
    Value: 3
    Meets Expectations: 3
    I have read almost all of Charles Martin's books and was looking forward to this one. Much more predictable than his others. Was unhappy to read "I might have given him the finger - several dozen times" on page 314. We all know what this means and it is not something that should be used by a Godly man. Had he written out the words instead of using the term I am sure more would have been offended. "They

    could shove their contract" is also crude as was another term used a couple of times in the book. Tame for a secular novel

    but not appropriate for a Christian one.
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