The above the line series is about two Christian filmmakers Chase and Keith determined to make a movie with a message that would change the culture around them. Take Three is the third book in the series. Andi, Keith's daughter has been rebelling against God since the death of her friend Rachel. Now she is reaping the consequences of her actions and is faced with a major decision. Bailey and Cody are still dancing around the question of whether they are friends or not. Meanwhile the pressures and temptations of the movie world is getting to Chase and he may have to return home before he falls into sin and looses his marriage.
The book gives you an insight into the movie making industry, especially the battles you have to fight when you are doing it to glorify God. My favourite character is Andi, because a lot of young people raised in a Christian home could relate to her. Kingsbury effectively showed what Christian families should be like. Some parts were a bit too syrupy. My tiny gripe with the book was, readers were inundated with the Baxter characters from the Redemption series and though Kingsbury skilfully brought the reader up to date on who is who. I thought she overdosed on it a bit. On the whole the book was enjoyable and I recommend you get it.