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Facing life choices while growing up is hard enough Doing it all while figuring out if God exists—well that’s just Ruby’s luckEighteen year old Ruby Saunders is no typical high school senior After years of struggling with her single mom to keep food on the table their nomad lifestyle has worn her tiny family thin When her mom finds a solid job stability roots them in the suburbs of an Ohio town where she lands her first real boyfriend Shawn TurnerRuby is determined to graduate with honors even if she has to visit a Mosque to do itIn an effort of maintain a perfect GPA Ruby pairs with a pretty Muslim girl named Layla Guirguis for a world religion project Though her classmate wears a scarf over her hair and comes from a different background Ruby quickly learns they have a lot in common The they hang out the Ruby learns about Islam and the her Agnostic views are put to the test And as as her friendship with Layla grows Ruby learns something that promises to break her heartWhen love and logic collide faith is the only defining factorBetween study sessions and dealing with her over protective mother Ruby’s dating life takes a turn for the serious After six months of swooning over Shawn’s charming smile her 'true love waits' ring begins to feel like a rusty piece of scrap metal than the sweet sixteen gift her mother gave her Still she’s determined not to make the same mistakes her mom did—if only it were that easy


14 thoughts on “If All Else Fails Five Pillar #1

  1. says:

    Profoundly and lavishly addictive I found myself sucked for an hour into a strangely familiar world of high school seniors as depicted through a universe of books and films but with a rather clever twist Whilst an overprotective mom is nothing new nor is a daughter with the instincts to rebel anything to write home about Ruby and Layla’s project strikes sparks Ruby’s confidence in her own religious views is masterfully explored with gentility and juxtaposed with Layla’s beliefs to produce a work at once teen aged drama and religious authority I’d be interested to read the reviews of this from people of different faiths and certainly it’s an entry worthy of talking about when the big questions of faith and belief come along