After I listened to Take One, I saw the second book in the "Above the Line" series was available at our library. I checked it out, but it was due before I had time to finish listening to all of the CD's. I turned it back in and then put a "hold" on it so I would be next in line to check it out. I was excited to be able to finish listening to another great book by Karen Kingsbury.
In Take Two filmmakers Chase Ryan and Keith Ellison have seen the completion of the independent film they struggled to produce. Now they are moving on to their next project, which they see as an amazing opportunity--turning an award-winning book into a movie. This project puts a strain on Chase's marriage. His wife is depressed while her husband is away and she tries to keep the house and take care of their girls. Keith's daughter, Andi, is moving further away from God as she tries to experience things of the world.
This is another excellent book from Karen Kingsbury with many lessons to be gained by the reader. A big part of this book is the depression faced by Chase's wife. I think this is a real problem that is too often ignored or not addressed. I was glad to see it in this book. I would recommend this book!