Tuesday, September 11, 2012


My 30 DAY BOOK HUNT REVIEW............

Hello Listener's and Friends,

It's Time for My Book Review of the Book Called: "Casting The First Stone" By:Author Kimberla Lawson Roby!

Title/Book Description: "Casting The First Stone"

Kimberla Lawson Roby tells the story of Tanya Black, an honest, faithful, independent woman who is struggling to come to terms with her failing marriage.
The Black household is swiftly deteriorating. Frustrated and angry at her prosperous preacher husband's obvious infidelities, Tanya cannot believe the man she once loved has been replaced by this pathological liar obsessed with material wealth. But Tanya loves their daughter, Alicia, and is reluctant to divorce Curtis - until a videotape surfaces that allows Tanya and Alicia a new chance at happiness.
©2000 Kimberla Lawson Roby; (P)2001 Recorded Books

In my Own Words:
I must agree with Eric Jerome Dickey Kimberla is a true writer, She shares a story about a man who is driven by his material goods and success as he became a Prominent Pastor in a Upscale Community of followers, As i begin to experience the tale I recognized that Kimberla story was based around a conversation dialog. She's mastered what makes a story believable and that is to make her reader's feel as if they are apart of a conversation right before their own eyes! I begin to see how Tanya Black and her daughter Alicia had been afflicted with many moments that began to shatter the family by a number of lies and deceitful acts done by Reverend Curtis Black.  Tanya's story needed to be told, even though Mrs. Roby has drawn her storyline around a Selfish and Deceitful Husband, her message is to help women who have been deceived into a very miserable marriage where what seems to look good isn't the case! 
 So Far Kimberla gets a Five Star......
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