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Dark Star: Confessions of a Rock Idol (For fans of Frank Peretti, Ted Dekker and Joel C. Rosenberg)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 12, 2014

    Room 67

    Room 67 <p> The walls were green and the floor was wooden. A table and three chairs sat dangerously close to the door, and the bright green bed was crooked. A bowl with a can of peas sat on a shelf. The sink had a leak. The window was beautiful, and there was a veiw of the arena and the garden.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2013

    I havent read it.

    I was wandering if it is worth my money or my time. If someone could respond to this and kind of give me an idea of it id appreciate it. :)

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 24, 2012

    A Must Read, Ripped from Today's Headlines

    A thrill ride read about a drugged out millionaire rock star on trial for the murder of his psychic, and a Christian girl in Kansas who is praying for his soul. Must read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 12, 2006

    DARKstar confessios of a ROCK IDOL

    i barely got this book yesturday and it is awsome so far, istarted it and well i love it and i wanna read the seguel! heres what it says on the back: as i staggered through the chaos of rock 'n' roll fame the drugs and alchohol, the selfishness and turmoil endora was the gentle voice in my eartelling me was special. telling me i was adored. she was my personal psychic , and she said i had a unique purpose, a calling to give my fans happiness. to be their god. my band deathdtroke, dominated the world of rock. yet stife ruled our inner family didn't know me. i loved no one but myself. and yet Karen Bayliss was praying for, that i would come to know the love of and the lordship of Jesus Christ. she was not a fan. didn't care for my music. karen just wanted me to know peace. now Endora is dead and i have been charged with first digree murder. sounds GOOD.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Strong realistic tale

    Everett Lester and DeathStroke are musical superstars however fame and fortune are not as fulfilling as he thought that would be. He turns to drugs and alcohol to fill his emptiness and to Madam Endora Crystal, his personal psychic for spiritual guidance. Through Endora's guidance, Everett turns his back on Christianity and encourages his impressionable young fans to do likewise............. However, Everett soon finds himself on trial for the murder of Endora. He is depressed with no hope for the future. As he contemplates suicide his only regret is badly injuring a teen fan. The letter from Karen of Topeka, Kansas makes it clear she dislikes his music but prays for his soul. No one has ever cared what happened to him except when the music sold. More letters arrive and soon Everett begins to wonder why he crossed to the Other Side instead of turning to Jesus. Though he still faces the possibility of capital punishment, Everett is beginning to find solace with Jesus, but he wonders if it remains too late for him to give his lost soul to God.............. This is an interesting character study that showcases a lost soul who has fame and fortune yet feels empty. The beguiling story line shifts between Everett¿s present woes and his memories while she knows he needs Jesus to save his soul. Profanity and implied drug abuse add depth to the characterizations of Everett and the band, and the Jesus is where it¿s at message can feel heavy handed at times but fans of insightful modern day Christian fiction will want to read Creston Mapes¿ strong realistic tale of salvation............ Harriet Klausner

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