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Old 12-05-2012, 09:57 PM   #1
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What should I read next

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Christy Miller, A girl who meets the guy of her dreams while fallowing Gods plan

btw sorry for breaking from rules but I can't decide what to read to save my life
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Old 12-05-2012, 10:14 PM   #2
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Do you have access to the whole Left Behind series? I started it years ago and got tired of it and never finished it. But, at the time, I would have to wait while the next one was being written. I have no patience.

I think you should also read anything Adrianna Trigianni. She's my favorite.
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Old 12-05-2012, 10:20 PM   #3
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Do you have access to the whole Left Behind series? I started it years ago and got tired of it and never finished it. But, at the time, I would have to wait while the next one was being written. I have no patience.

I think you should also read anything Adrianna Trigianni. She's my favorite.
Yes a friend gave me the series a few years back
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Old 12-05-2012, 10:22 PM   #4
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I enjoyed the left behind series...at least the first several books, and I am not religous at all. I found the concept interesting.
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Old 12-05-2012, 10:32 PM   #5
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I enjoyed the left behind series...at least the first several books, and I am not religous at all. I found the concept interesting.


sounds like left behind is a winner thanks everyone but keep giving ur input
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Oh, then I'd probably pick them. They are an easy read. And make you think. It is the writer's interpretation of the end times spoken of in the Bible. As long as prophecy stuff does not make you upset/anxious, I'd choose it but I love end times prophecy stuff, always have. Interesting to read someone's take on it but if you read it, just know it is a novel.
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Oh, then I'd probably pick them. They are an easy read. And make you think. It is the writer's interpretation of the end times spoken of in the Bible. As long as prophecy stuff does not make you upset/anxious, I'd choose it but I love end times prophecy stuff, always have. Interesting to read someone's take on it but if you read it, just know it is a novel.
No I think I am ready if I thought other wise I would not have asked and if I change my mind I can always put it away for later that is the wonderful thing of owning something
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No I think I am ready if I thought other wise I would not have asked and if I change my mind I can always put it away for later that is the wonderful thing of owning something
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