Lula is no different than a lot of us that have lost their inner spirit, and hope when a devastating event has occurred. We tend to take on our battles alone, instead of trusting in our relationship in God to lead us, and carry us through our times of troubles and disappointments. We have to let go and let God just a Lula realized in the end. However, it's too bad she didn't realize earlier that silver and Gold is not more important than the Love and goodness you can feel through believing in the name of Jesus. Lula was beaten, prostituted, and contemplated suicide before she realized what Grace and Mercy meant. Thanks to the Trinity-God the Father, Son, and the Holy Ghost, Lula is now at peace. She can go back home to Angelwood, Texas as a matured woman ready to heal and live again.
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Meet Lula Mae Jenkins, a curious 18-year-old living in a small southern Texas town and eager to get away and see the world. She boards a bus to Los Angeles and finds out you can't always believe the hype, and you sure can't run away and think the grass is greener on the other side. Lula discovers real fast there really is no place like home! “Finding My Lost Soul" by Glenell Randolph was a little slow paced in the beginning and felt a little rushed in the end. The beginning almost reminded me of a play with how each person speaking was introduced (ex: "Lula:"), then what was said. I felt like time was misrepresented and too many details were missing. A lot was left off in between the years that Lula spent in California somewhat taking away from the story. Overall it was an average story. Along the way I did find some errors with words, but God's plan for Lula did manifest at the end. Reviewed by: Lisa M.