Chicken Soup for the American Idol Soul: Stories from the Idols and Their Fans that Open Your Heart and Make Your Soul Sing
Health Communications, Incorporated, 2007 - Self-Help - 313 pages
Stories from Idols and Their Fans for Everyone Who Believes in a Dream. . .
With stories from Carrie Underwood, Clay Aiken,
Jordin Sparks, Ruben Studdard,
Melinda Doolittle, Blake Lewis, Sanjaya Malakar,
and many other top Idols from every season!
Do you love the thrill of seeing people's dreams come true? Do you enjoy the excitement of rooting for your favorite contestant ? Has your spirit ever soared from watching a performance on American Idol ? For anyone who has watched America 's best loved television show, here's a collection of captivating stories that take you into the hearts, minds and souls of the Idols, the fans, and the team that makes the show possible.
These are the stories the television cameras don't see—true, uplifting, and entertaining tales told with humor and candor that will leave you laughing, crying, and feeling inspired, whether you are a die-hard Idol watcher or an occasional fan . Chicken Soup for the American Idol Soul is the perfect marriage of the #1 show in television history and the #1 non-fiction book series in publishing history—both dedicated to celebrating the triumph of spirit over adversity, the fulfillment of dreams coming true, and the power of love.
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Review: Chicken Soup for the American Idol Soul: Stories from the Idols and their Fans that Open Your Heart and Make Your Soul Sing (Chicken Soup for the Soul)User Review - Melanie Moore - Goodreads
This book was ok. Not as good as the other books in the "chicken soup" series. It seems like the stories were chosen because of who wrote them, instead of the quality. It doesn't matter if the person is famous if the story sucks. Read full review
Review: Chicken Soup for the American Idol Soul: Stories from the Idols and their Fans that Open Your Heart and Make Your Soul Sing (Chicken Soup for the Soul)User Review - Kristin - Goodreads
I figured now was a good time to read this book, to get ready for the new season by revisiting the first 6 or so seasons. Overall, it was OK, but really saccharin sweet and sadly, I didn't remember ... Read full review