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Rarely do I read a book that captivates me as much as "Dark Star" did.
Only the soft voice of one young woman can break though Everett's dark despair and shows him the light of God and the love of Jesus.
This story like Creston Mapes' book, "Nobody" draws the reader into the story as if it really happened.
Not my usual (sci-fi/fantasy) type of novel, but a highly engaging tale that keeps your attention all the way along.Published 11 days ago by wayne merkt
I thought this book was so well written:)) It held my interest continually through the entire text. The characters were well defined and easy to identify and empathize with. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Elaine W. Smith
Second story I have read by this fine author, and I look forward to more. He has written a powerful and suspenseful story of redemption and God's love for us, sinners saved by... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shari A. Bradley
This book was hard to put down! The characters are believable, the situations real, and the switching from past to current events keeps you engaged. Read morePublished 2 months ago by bookbabe
What did you like best about Dark Star: Confessions of a Rock Idol? What did you like least?
This was a very different sort of read for me. Read more
At first, it was difficult for me to follow this rock star's story. Yet, as I followed his interaction with a young girl named Karen, I began to enjoy it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jackie
This book is not the type I usually like, but I do like Creston Mapes other books. It can be a little weird.Published 9 months ago by Theda L. Silcock
Dark Star would make an excellent movie. It has compelling characters which drive the story. An great example of God's grace and mercy. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dudspals
This first person voice was great to follow. Thanks for this Word of Testimony for all to read. Everett Lester has a little of each of us in hos character.Published 10 months ago by Tom Cronemeyer