Stop the Music
by Cynthia Eileen Johnson
Publication Date: Jul 01, 1998
List Price: Unavailable
Imprint: Black Butterfly Publishing & Marketing
Publisher: Black Butterfly Publishing & Marketing
Parent Company: Black Butterfly Publishing & Marketing
Borrow from Library
Stop the Music is a bold but sensitive novel that explores the lifelong effect of domestic violence on children. The story is told through the eyes of a little girl as she matures into adulthood and is constantly plagued by the thunderous sounds of music that was routinely played to shield her mom's ear-piercing screams. It's an engrossing tale that will captivate its audience. Travel with the heroine on her action-packed journey for freedom as she's confronted with what seems to be insurmountable problems; the brutal sound of music is a perpetual hindrance of her ability to cope with these situations.
Stop the Music takes the reader through a tangled web of characters on which the heroine becomes dependent to escape her childhood pain. It spins together action and suspense with ample doses of adventure and romantic interludes. The heroine's constant need for validation sends her on an excursion across the lines of morality. Discover how remarkably far she's willing to go for love. Feel her passion in her illicit love affair, and she how extensive the trail of deceit becomes because of it. Witness her clash with two scorned women whose hidden agendas could be deadly.
Stop the Music is an inspirational story about self-discovery and love. It examines family relationships and their role in shaping the path of children. It explores the effect of environment on building self-esteem and confidence. Stop the Music is aimed at helping women discover the beauty inside themselves. It will draw you emotionally into each scene as the heroine confronts the demons of her past and faces the challenges of the future.
Experts estimate between 2-4 million women yearly experience some form of domestic violence. This book is a socially arousing yet entertaining story that is important for all women. It will make you laugh, cry, and love as women. Stop the cycle of abuse. Stop the Music.