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message 1: by Raegan (new)

Raegan   Ralls  | 1297 comments Add me as a friend. I have a ton of recommendations!


message 2: by Rhystlynne (new)

Rhystlynne (inkbottleburning) | 168 comments Done!


message 3: by Nichole (new)

Nichole | 22 comments I am really into 'The Captive' series and the first book is free for the Kindle


message 4: by Rhystlynne (new)

Rhystlynne (inkbottleburning) | 168 comments Read the Door Within Trilogy


message 5: by Nichole (new)

Nichole | 22 comments Rhystlynne: I added the Door Within to my to read shelf, I'm a little hesitant tho. People said it was overly Christian and for young teens....


message 6: by Raegan (new)

Raegan   Ralls  | 1297 comments Rhystlynne wrote: "Read the Door Within Trilogy"

Sounds interesting!


message 7: by Rhystlynne (new)

Rhystlynne (inkbottleburning) | 168 comments Nichole wrote: "Rhystlynne: I added the Door Within to my to read shelf, I'm a little hesitant tho. People said it was overly Christian and for young teens...."

It is a christian-like setting which is one of the reasons I liked it so much. I have never heard the stories in the Bible portrayed like that. It made it really easy to understand how it happened and why. I would recommend it to everyone, but if you don't want to read it, that's fine. If you do read it, but don't like it, that's fine, at least you tried. :)

I will never force God upon someone, I want it to be their choice. God made us with the ability to love him, and he wants each of us to make our own decision. :)


message 8: by Raegan (new)

Raegan   Ralls  | 1297 comments Rhystlynne wrote: "Nichole wrote: "Rhystlynne: I added the Door Within to my to read shelf, I'm a little hesitant tho. People said it was overly Christian and for young teens...."

It is a christian-like setting whic..."


Agreed:)


message 9: by Rhystlynne (last edited Nov 02, 2014 04:18PM) (new)

Rhystlynne (inkbottleburning) | 168 comments :) Good to know I'm not alone


message 10: by Nichole (new)

Nichole | 22 comments I'm not against Christian books at all but I only like good ones. I went to a VERY religious college and took religion courses every semester so I do love the subject.


message 11: by Rhystlynne (new)

Rhystlynne (inkbottleburning) | 168 comments "Never Alone" is one of my favorite quotes


message 12: by ClearSkye (new)

ClearSkye | 205 comments I recommend the Lux series and the Covenant series by Jennifer L Armentrout


message 13: by Rhystlynne (new)

Rhystlynne (inkbottleburning) | 168 comments Nichole wrote: "I'm not against Christian books at all but I only like good ones. I went to a VERY religious college and took religion courses every semester so I do love the subject."

That's AMAZING!!!!!!!


message 14: by Alex (new)

Alex Parker | 9 comments You should read Alleged. I'm just sayin. But ken follet is good, I recommend The Modigliani Scandal and The Fall of Giants. Also, Sebastien Fitzek wrote some pretty good stuff, but the English translation is a bit questionable.


message 15: by beth (new)

beth (beth01) I RECOMMEND THE TOMORROW CODE BY BRIAN FALKNER FOR EVERYBODY. IT IS AMAZING.


message 16: by Raegan (new)

Raegan   Ralls  | 1297 comments The Prisoner of Cell 25 (Michael Vey, #1) by Richard Paul Evans

The Christmas Box (The Christmas Box Trilogy #1) by Richard Paul Evans

These are two of my favorite books of all time. I have met the author 3 times now. All of his books have changed my life if not a lot then a little. The Christmas box is around 80 pages, it is a very beautiful book. Check them out!


message 17: by Raegan (last edited Jan 27, 2015 01:08AM) (new)

Raegan   Ralls  | 1297 comments Also, if you are trying to figure out who you are then I highly recommend this book...

Act Like a Success, Think Like a Success by Steve Harvey


message 18: by Anna (new)

Anna | 10 comments Raegan wrote: "Also, if you are trying to figure out who you are then I highly recommend this book...

Act Like a Success, Think Like a Success by Steve Harvey"


thats non fiction right?


message 19: by Raegan (new)

Raegan   Ralls  | 1297 comments Anna wrote: "Raegan wrote: "Also, if you are trying to figure out who you are then I highly recommend this book...

Act Like a Success, Think Like a Success by Steve Harvey"

thats non fiction right?"


Correct.


message 20: by Anna (new)

Anna | 10 comments ok i can recomend you chaos Walking if you havent read it you might also like Angelfall by Susan Ee


message 21: by Raegan (new)

Raegan   Ralls  | 1297 comments Anna wrote: "ok i can recomend you chaos Walking if you havent read it you might also like Angelfall by Susan Ee"

Cool thank you! I added them!


message 22: by America (new)

America | 33 comments Has any one read Wonder? I have heard it is a really good book. I am reading books by Ally Carter. She is an amazing writer. She writes spy novels for Young Adult and two Adult books. She just came out with the first of a New Series last month.


Zombieslayer⚡Alienhunter (theslayingisthunter) | 173 comments I really liked The Raven Boys, but I'm currently unable to obtain the rest of the series.
Any suggested reading?


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