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torusthetiger
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i couldn't get through Voyage of the Dawn Treeder...it was to boring for me
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nvr heard of it haha :smileyvery-happy:
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another good series is the true color series by melody carlson, you should check it out...:smileywink:
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WerewolfGirl101 wrote:
nvr heard of it haha :smileyvery-happy:

 

haha i hadn't heard of it either till my mom made me try and read it :]
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oh i hate it when people make me read books, its so annoying!!! it could even be a really good book and i'll hate it haha!! wow that was a little off topic :smileyvery-happy:
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it's like when someone says that i HAVE to read a book...then it becomes kinda like a chore and thats no fun!

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ikr!!! :smileytongue:
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Blessed are the bored in spirit is a really good book. not really a christian fiction read but an interesting and cool book overall especially if ur somebody kinda questioning their faith or want to know more about it
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I really enjoy christian romance especially steeple hill love inspired books they are great and they always have a bible verse at the begining of the book that the whole story kind of revolves around :smileyhappy:

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I'm really late to this discussion, but I humbly offer up my books here at B&N anyway. They're not specifically aimed at teens, but they'd be appropriate and challenging for that age level.

 

The Job: Based on a True Story (I Mean, This is Bound to have Happened Somewhere), a humorous update of a familiar story, tackling the issue of suffering and perseverence.

 

Feallengod: The Conflict in the Heavenlies, an allegory of the spiritual story of mankind. Literary fiction.

 

Wars of the Aoten, an action-adventure quest story.

 

If anyone would be interested in doing a review of these books, I can work out getting you a free copy.