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The Spell (Forbidden Doors #3)

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Mass Market Paperback, 192 pages
Published May 11th 2001 by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (first published 1995)
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Whitaker
A really great book shows us how everything is great and worth to die for
Jerry
Synopsis: Christian teenager Becka Williams has barely returned from an extended stay in the hospital when she gets a mysterious phone call. The person on the other end simply says, "The spell has been cast. Your destiny belongs to me." Becka, her younger brother Scott, and their mother are rather unnerved...but matters go from bad to worse when a local church gets vandalized, and it appears that the vandals were targeting her! Who could be behind such a terrible act? Will Becka and her family s...more
joyce lynn
these are REALLY quick reads, especially when you're NOT supposed to be doing anything!

i'm SUPPOSED to be grounded to bed today, but i had baking to do for 4-H, so ... i've been laying down reading inbetween batches of whatever, thanks to Elysha's WONDERFUL help today! anyway ...

this book was REALLY scary to me, as i didn't want to believe that kids could/would go so far. once again, tho, i thank God that we have the ability to home school our children, so there's MUCH less chance of them comi...more
Peytyn
Great, but a little dark (which is understandable)
Gretchen
I really liked this book and how it shows that if you trust in the Lord when you are in danger, you will be safe. However, I somewhat think that Bill Myers portrayed the characters as either good or bad, which seems a little narrow-minded. This is not how it is in real life. All the Christians are looked at as perfect and good. It seems that anyone in the Society are looked at as bad.
Melissa Robertson
This was the first book in the series that I read, and I was hooked! I went back and read the first two, then waited patiently for the next books to come out. I even remember reading this book out loud to my friends at a slumber party, completely with a flashlight and different voices for every character. Good times :)
Christina
This was a good book. A nice quick read, and a good story line. It is a good book for teen Christians. It has some good lessons such as, resisting temptation and always trusting God with your life.
Amanda J
Read this christian books series as a tween. A horror/paranormal novel with the good guys being the christian teenagers and the bad guys being demons and the like.
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Bill Myers was born into a Christian home, and although as a child he became bored with Christianity, he decided at the University of Washington quote, to "make God my boss." Ironically, at the University his worst subject was writing. He claims to have prayed, and said that he would be able to do anything for God, except write. Even so, he has become a prominent Christian writer, and has a large...more
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