The most important decision of her life behind her, Serenity now must attempt to assimilate what she knows about Christianity and apply it to her life. But without practical guidance, she starts to overcompensate, causing many jaws to drop. Meanwhile, Kimberly starts to overcompensate the other way in her attempts to keep Derek interested in her and not the "new and improved" Serenity. Both girls need to stay on the straight and narrow way, and, with help from their friends and family, they have a great chance of avoiding the ditches on either side of it.
The movie (actually the second half of the book) is an homage to old horror flicks called 'Fraulein Stein's Monster', starring Kimberly as Miss Stein and Serenity as her monster. Obsessed with creating life by unnatural means, Miss Stein makes a pact with a lecherous and unorthodox scientist to gain his secrets. But what is the truth behind the creation of her monster that may haunt Miss Stein for the rest of her life?Recommended for ages 14 and up.
Note: Some of the content may be viewed by some as inappropriate for younger readers.
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