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Changing Faces

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2013

    Ok....

    This book was ok... not really what i expected... the book did indeed start off slow and there wasnt much dramatic changes in the end... the book was just ok... nothin more nothin less...

    Akeshia Marcellina

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2012

    Great entertainment!

    This was a good read, somewhat predictable storyline but overall, a good book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 17, 2008

    Slow, but good at the ending

    I thought this book dragged out too long and two of the girlfriends were too goody goody and unrealistic. In fact, all of the characters were not very genuine and it doesn't pick up till the ending. However, the ending picks up in a big way.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2008

    Friends Forever?

    Kimberla Lawson Roby uses the alternating voices of Whitney, Taylor, and Charisse to carry the story line in Changing Faces. The three have been friends for years and years but sometimes they don't even like each other. The women are dealing with relationship issues with friends, lovers, family, coworkers....you name it and they're trying to sort it out. Whitney, an overweight woman who is trying to lose weight for an upcoming reunion, has to deal with her thin sister and mother, who are joined at the hip and don't hesitate to put her down. Meanwhile, she's looking for a man who will see beyond her size into her heart. Taylor is ready to settle down and have a family but she's in love with a man who's avoiding marriage and children like the plague. Faced with a health crisis, she has to decide what she wants for her future. And then there's Charisse. Loudly proclaiming herself a Christian, she nevertheless treats her family as she's been treated by her abusive mother. She rules her husband with an iron hand, loves her son, and ignores her daughter, all the while carrying on a sexual relationship with her pastor. There's a lot of drama packed into the novel but there's also a good picture of women supporting one another through thick and thin.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2007

    Okay, Not her best

    I thougt the story plot was good but how it was brought about needed some revision. The story didn't flow naturally, but it was a decent read. She has other books that are really, really, good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2006

    Too predictable

    This book is not the caliber of her previous books. The story lines were very predictable, in almost every situation I was able to determine the outcome before I read it. It was a very fast read. Overall, I think it was pretty elementary.

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    Posted December 15, 2008

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