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About meHi. I was 11 years old when I started this account. I'm 16 now.
My favorite genres of books off the bookshelf are Christian YA (Young Adult), science fiction, adventure, and fantasy.
My favorite books/series are The SWIPE Series, The Immortal Files, The Codebearers Series, The Dreamhouse Kings Series, The Homelanders Series, Crazy Dangerous, If We Survive, Replication, Code of Silence Novels, and Conspiracy 365. My favorite classics are Animal Farm, The Hobbit, The Westing Game, and The Scarlet Pimpernel. I've also read and liked The Sugar Creek Gang Series, Secrets of Meynch, Peter and the Starcatchers, Percy Jackson, The Missing Series, and the CHAOS Novels.


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Favorite authorsJames Howe, Paul Hutchens (Shared favorites)

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Member sinceFeb 16, 2009

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I understand what you say- I read some every day, but not nearly as much as I would like. We all have things that are more priority to us and some things get pushed aside.

I did finish reading the first in the Left Behind series; it was good- I would probably rate it a 4.5 (out of five). These books give a "possible" scenario for the future after the Rapture of the church. I think Mr. LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins did a good job in their portrayal- no body knows exactly what will happen (except God, of course). If you want to read my one objection, you can see my review of the first book (which is really my only objection for the whole series that I can remember).

By the way, Jenneth, you have some very similar hobbies as my daughter; she is 17. She likes to draw and write,also. She used to read a lot more (when she was 10-14), but she does read as much any more. I hope she picks it up again- I am sure she will we she becomes an adult.

God bless you until next time,

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