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Pushing Upward is brave writing, a young woman's journey toward her dreams, avoiding traps and falling into them, slipping back and finding the grace and will to go on—and so it reflects on our own journey and makes us braver, too.
-- Gerald Dipego, Screenwriter/Novelist, Phenomenon, Message in a Bottle, Instinct, The Forgotten
This love story captures the essence of a modern use of the I Ching in the most elegant and accurate way.
-- Paul O'Brien, Author of Visionary I-Ching, Founder of Tarot.Com and I-Ching.Com
Andrea Adler's assured narrative voice, filled with insight and humor and evocative prose, had me hooked from page one. Read morePublished 11 days ago by L. Monthan
I just finished reading this book. It's been a while since I've read such a lovely love story. Thank you for this gift!Published 1 month ago by Laurel Guenther
Once in a great while you come across a book that is really special. You are able to relate to it and the message it provides and be entertained by the story it tells as well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Elise in CT
I enjoyed this book so much. It is a riveting story about a young woman striving for excellence in LA's acting scene who finds a guidance through a powerful older woman who pushes... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dave
As someone who is about to turn 21, Pushing Upward was the perfect book for me to read. Finding my path has been really important, and so is finding a mentor. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Grace Kiley
Great story and an enjoyable read! Would highly recommend this book to even the most discriminating reader!Published 10 months ago by Cathy Eisenberg
This book completely captivated and enthralled me! I literally could not put it down. The characters are extremely well drawn and the story is very moving. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Irene Weinberg
I enjoyed this book very much! And I learned a little bit about the I Ching and acting.Published 12 months ago by J. Foley
The novel is a treat, offering moments of levity against genuinely affecting drama, and Sandra's path through it all only becomes more and more compelling as the story progresses. Read morePublished 13 months ago by George