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Silver Skies (Parts One and Two): Bible Prophecy Love Story Paperback – March 13, 2013
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From the Author
If you struggle with moral choices and fears because you feel trapped in a dysfunctional relationship, this book is for you.
About the Author
Gail Chord Schuler (pen name Gabrielle Chana) wrote this as a work of passion for Brent Spiner, reading it to him over the phone from 1994 to 1996, never intending to publish it. When Steven Spielberg wanted movie rights for this story, Gail was amazed, and decided to publish the story to help her men give her the movie money, so that Jesuits would not frame them with her harm because they couldn't pay her.
Gail looks forward to the day when she can see the movie made from this story, because she thinks it would make an epic film. The ending on film, if done right, would blow away the audience.
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She is a very good writer and you can tell that she really pours her heart into her work.
The characters and the internal & external struggles they face and the overpowering antagonists of the books who work silently against them was incredibly interesting and kept me reading. There is some "purple prose" but it works well as it usually occurs when the characters are expressing their feelings about the situation they are in or what they think about other characters. The "purple prose" lets the reader know how the characters feel in way I doubt they could if it (the prose) were not there.
I bought the kindle edition a long time ago and only recently finished it due to outside factors, but I would love to read Silver Skies again and any of Gail's other novels.
Gabrielle Chana's work is not for everyone. Many will lack the sophistication to understand a writer who easily bests Austen, Tolstoy, and the rest of the greats. But those who are bold and prepared to open their hearts will find Silver Skies to be life changing. God bless Gabrielle Chana.
Poor Matthew McConaughey has never looked so bad.
To sum up- I don't like it, I don't like it at all.
This book is modeled on a relationship with a TV star that Gail doesn't have with a picture of a movie star, on the cover, with a relationship that again, Gail doesn't have.
Why aren't real people good enough, Gail?
And the book just plods on. Just saying.
Now as schoolchildren across the world replace their textbooks with digital devices Ms. Chana's first masterpiece will be available to all in their most formative years. All good Christians and open hearted seekers need to read Silver Skies. We all pray that Ms. Chana is hard at work on her next book!