Gritty yet humorous, inspirational, multi-cultural, church-going, credit-crunch chick lit for the digital generation. At the start of a new decade, Agnes Trydo is out of a job, out of love, and out of money. Her faith and her best friend's support are all she has, and she's not always sure about those. Anyone who's had a bad online date, left a terrible job, encountered a church clique or fallen out with a family member can relate to Agnes' trials; although her background and beliefs are specific, her desire for love, happiness and answers are universal. -------------------------------- Love in High Definition: The Diaries of Agnes Trydo portrays one 21st-century woman's struggle to survive an uncertain economic and political climate while remaining true to her beliefs and the people who love her. Agnes, a London-based thirty-something 'feminist', finds herself stuck in a period of unemployment and singlehood. Her best friend, her faith and her determination are the only things keeping her from a total meltdown. When she makes one final decision to rededicate herself to the quest for love and find answers to the Big Questions of life - why is this happening? How can I handle it?
Can I be successful without compromising my values? - the journey she undertakes leads her to some unexpected but fulfilling results.