Grace Trey is an eighteen-year-old singer as passionate about her Christian faith as she is her phenomenal, God-given musical talent. Both traits come from her father, one-hit wonder Johnny Tray who found Jesus after losing his chart success two decades ago.
When Grace encounters her own music break of a lifetime, the sudden dive into the “real world” puts her deeper beliefs to the test. Pop superstardom is just within reach but appears to require some spiritual compromise. Will Grace reject her faith, or will she own it?
Grace Unplugged is based on the motion picture of the same name starring AJ Michalka (Super 8) and Kevin Pollak (A Few Good Men).
*I was provided a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for sharing my fair and honest opinion*
When I first heard the movie that this book is based off of was coming out, I couldn’t wait to see it. It sounded really faith-filled and inspiring – the kind of movie I truly love. Somehow, I never got around to seeing it so I was really excited when I heard that there was a book based off the movie, because as y’all know books are right up my alley! Like I expected of the movie, this book was a fantastic story of main character Grace and those that surround her on her journey. You follow along with Grace as life throws her curve balls along the way, and you have to wonder whether or not she’ll stick with her faith, or turn away from it. What path does she take? Well I guess you’ll just have to read this fantastic story to figure it out! Yes, I’m leaving you hanging, spoiler free zone and all. I will say: I definitely think anyone who loves inspirational stories will love this book. Oh, and seeing as it’s on Netflix, I will most definitely be watching the movie now!