Grace Unplugged By: Melody Carlson

Grace Unplugged By Melody Carlson

Grace Trey has always dreamed of playing her own music, of making it big and being able to share her music with the world, when she attempts to do her own thing with music her father, Johnny Trey, former one hit wonder turned worship leader brings it to a halt. Although she enjoys playing on the worship team at church she doesn’t understand why her father is against the new sound she enjoys bringing into worship.

When a friend from her father’s music days shows up unexpectedly asking him to rerecord his song and Johnny turns him down, Grace finds it to be the perfect chance to get her big break. Grace moves to LA and quickly learns what it means to be a rising star in the music industry and begins to learn that it isn’t everything she thought it would be.  Grace finds herself surrounded by worldly things, being set up and lied too and is unable to write the song she knows is in her heart she is on a downward spiral and as far away from God as she has ever been before.

Melody Carlson has done a great job with Grace Unplugged, it is a familiar story that all of us face, a story of chasing after the things we want by worldly standards and learning that if we follow God and hand our dreams to Him, He will fill them in bigger and better ways than we could have imagined. Through this story Grace struggles with family and friends and career choices, and her faith, something that all young Christians go through at some point.

Carlson created a great story that you will love! I am excited to see how the movie compares, this is a great weekend read!

-Elle

I received this book complimentary through Christian Audio. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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