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False Friends and True Strangers by Nancy N.…

False Friends and True Strangers

by Nancy N. Rue

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I received a copy of False Friends: Book Two through the LibraryThing Early Reviewers. I received it in ebook form. Unfortunately I do not have a copy of book one so the use I can get out of it is limited. That was my fault of course, I should've paid more attention when doing the selections. As for the content I guess it's ok, what you'd expect from a reference book.
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The girlfriends from 'Nama Beach High learn the liberating secret of discipline In this second book of the 'Nama Beach High series, Laura Duffy and her friends from the 'conflicted' girls club discover a 'secret' text hidden within John 16. Laura has a chance to experience the truth of this secret when she gets her driver's license, starts a new job at the local Gap store, then observes kids from her school in the act of shoplifting, and even suffers the theft of her car. Worst of all, her friend Joy Beth, who seems to possess everything in life, develops diabetes. Together the girls realize that possessing things sometimes leads to being possessed by them. They learn that discipline is the ability to deny and to choose not to exploit. Discipline is a way that God's power can bless them. They find out that surrendering all of life's non-essentials and identifying what remains as God's sacred gifts is The Key.

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Sixteen-year-old Laura Duffy learns to trust God when she experiences a series of confusing and traumatic events, including a mysterious secret admirer, jealous classmates, a depressed friend, and her own eventual kidnapping.

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