Book Reviews of Red

Author: Erica Spindler
ISBN-13: 9781551660424
ISBN-10: 1551660423
Publication Date: 6/1/1995
Pages: 480
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 32 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Loved Loved Loved this book!!!!!
Big fan of the author before and this is another hit!
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Helpful Score: 3
I really enjoyed this book. Erica Spindler does not disappoint. There's no murder or stalking, but I couldn't put the book down and had to see what happens next. It's about a girl from a poor background who rises above it all to become successful. A good story and I highly recommend it.
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Helpful Score: 3
Not what I expected, but it did not disappoint.
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Helpful Score: 2
This book just took my breath away. I've never read Erica Spindler before but this was a great suprise. I cried with and for the heroine, and I was cheering for her the whole just really moved me. Fabulous! ( Now I wish I could find more books like it!)
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Helpful Score: 1
Wow! Great book, written really well and keeps you wanting to know what is on the next page and the next and the next, etc. Really good!
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Helpful Score: 1
One of Spindlers best and that is saying a lot!
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Becky Lynn Lee fled Bend, Mississippi the night that her life was changed forever. She was betrayed by all the people that she loved, and she knew that it would never change as long as she stayed in Bend. So she took off for California. With the bright lights and the even brighter stars. There, Becky Lynn met Jack Gallager who changed the course of her life. For she finally found someone who believed in her talent and who she believed actually thought she was someone. She felt that Jack looked beyond her 'white trash' label. When she was betrayed by him, she went to his enemy in a moment of rage, looking for a way to pay him back. Little did she know that she would also love Jack's brother Carlos.
Jack Gallager has been on a mission since he was eight years old and rejected by his father. He will be better than his father and his brother in the world of fashion photography. From the moment he bought his first camera at sixteen, Jack has worked to prove himself worthy of his father's love and a better photographer than his brother. He didn't know that his crusade would cost him the woman he loved or that he would regret it as much as he did.

Red is a book that is intensely emotional with characters that all have immense emotional baggage and are trying to deal with it. If you want a book that you will get lost in, try Red and you won't be dissapointed.
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Helpful Score: 1
they defied the odds and found red-hot fame..
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Becky Lynn was a nobody in Mississippi, or so everybody told her. So she fled to a world where dreams come true. Jack wanted to be a somebody. He wanted to be the top fashion photographer in the world. Now, supermodel Becky Lynn and high-priced photographer Jack Gallagher are in constant demand. But beneath the surface lurk secrets that threaten to destroy all they've achieved.
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I wish I could adequately explain how I felt reading this book. I could not put it down. Spindler's writing is so captivating that you immediately become attached to the characters who have intense emotional baggage. It's not a book with twists and turns nor is it about what happens at the end. It's a book about journeys. How you get there and who comes along for the ride. A definite read. Now I'm off to find more Spindler books !
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one of my faves
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This was not quite what I expected from a book by Erica Spindler but it was still a reasonably good read!
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Loved this book. She tells a fantastic story.
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one of my faves