In December 2011, 21-year-old Victoria’s Secretmodel Kylie Bisutti stunned the fashion industry when she chose faith over fameand fortune and made the switch from supermodel to role model.
In I’m No Angel, Kylie shares her story - from her early years struggling to make it big in the cut-throat world of modeling, her big break winning the Victoria’s Secret Runway Angel competition, and the disillusionment and spiritual warfare that followed, to the moment she realized she could no longer reconcile her career with her Christian beliefs, surrendered her life to God, said goodbye to the runway, and dedicated her life to preaching a message of modesty and inner beauty.
Along the way Kylie talks about her personal struggles with inadequacy, low self-esteem, and her near-constant quest for approval in a world where you can never be thin enough, pretty enough, or sexy enough. She helps listeners understand that true beautylies within and that real fulfillment comes from knowing, loving, and serving Christ.
©2013 Kylie Bisutti (P)2013 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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"Great story, narration drove me nuts!"
I would probably read the book if I wanted to reference it again. I don't think I could stand the narration again!
I loved the story, very thorough and interesting.
NO! I really couldn't stand her breath-y way of speaking and the way she tries to do men's voices was awful. I can understand that a woman has a hard time speaking like a man but it was forced and made every man in the story sound so creepy!
No it was a bit long for one sitting but I was always looking forward to my next listening session to find out what happens next.
"narrators voice drove me insane"
the book was very well written, I enjoyed the story but the voice of the narrator had me turning it off sooner than I would have normally. her voice was super annoying!!!!!!!
"Wonderful true life story with a timely message"
'No Angel' is certainly worth listening too more than once, with the message of Redemption, Hope and above all inner beauty.
The narration could be a little bland, and having a female narrator trying to represent men might not have helped.
At just over eight hours it might be a little too long to listen to in a single sitting, but it was certainly compulsive listening,
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