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The Chronicles of Narnia is a great book series.

Has anyone else read the "War of the Ages Series" (War of the Invisibles, Champions of the King, Victory of the Warrior King, Exile of the Chosen, & Survivors of the Dark Rebellion) by Sally Pierson Dillon? I love that series. It is a lot like "The Lucifer Diary: The Story of an Angel," another book that I really, really like.

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The War of the Ages series is great! I've read them all, some of them twice. Now my younger siblings are reading them.

If "The Lucifer Diary" is the book I'm thinking of... it's pretty good, except for it's false representation of demons and fallen angels. (I may be thinking of a different book with a similar title...). Demons don't were black capes and carry pitchforks. The "masquerade as angels of light", not as demons of dark. I think it gives a false picture of our world. (But like I said, I might not be thinking of that book.)

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No. I am thinking of the book by Lewis R. Walton. ISBN 0-9656834-0-0. It was printed by Aralon Press in Glennville, CA. The book is about ten years old. I like it because it is a great substitute for the Great Controversy.

Oddly enough, the "War of the Ages" series is actually parallel to the EG White series know as the "Conflict of the Ages" (The Great Controversy, The Acts of the Apostles, The Desire of Ages, Prophets and Kings, Patriarchs and Prophets).

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Okay, well the book that I was thinking of has a very similar title... oh well!

Yeah, the fact that the Conflict of the Ages series parallels with EGWhite is one of the reasons I like them so much!

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 1:34 pm 
I like the Trixie Belden series. And I like books by Bill Wallace. And Louisa Alcott books. But the Bible is the top best!


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I like the series of unfortunate events, Narnia series, and my favorite book is The Penderwicks. It is about 3 sisters at a mansion :)

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I love the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer and the blue bloods series by Melissa De La Cruz, as well as the Chronicles of Narnia to name a few. But, needless to say, the Bible is the best. :smt043 :D

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I really like young adult books... like the boxcar kids... and shadowcreek ranch... call me crazy... but I think kids books are more interesting!

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I really like young adult books... like the boxcar kids... and shadowcreek ranch... call me crazy... but I think kids books are more interesting!


somtimes that is true! i used to love boxcar kids! i still read them if we have a new one. usually to my brother, though.


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Yeah... I like the chronicles of naria series as well... and the hardy brothers... those are good books!

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 14, 2008 11:35 am 
yeah, i like narnia.


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Yeah the Narnia books are really good. Has anyone seen the new Caspian movie yet? I heard it was really good, but I havn't seen it yet.

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I'm going back and reading the Detective Zack books again. Has anyone been reading those books that are supposed to help you earn honors? Are they any good?

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Hey I love the Narnia series it is one of my favorite allegories of all time. Had anybody read Frank Peretti or Ted Dekker books? I love them they are my favorite. I really like the Circle Trilogy, Blink of an Eye, and Obsessed.(dekker)

Than I like The Oath, This Present Darkness, The Visitation and Monster by Peretti.

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I love some of the 'classics' such as Iliad and Oddessy, Gilbert and Sullivan's plays, the Dragonkeeper series (my favorite series ever..), The Blue Sword (my favorite book ever..), and a ton of other books... I'm really sad. I was filling out an application to join the honors program at PUC and they wanted me to put down every book i've read twice for the past four years... I dont want to write down that many titles of books!!! its easily over a thousand!

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 7:01 pm 
I know how you feel! I read books several times. Another of my one of my favorite book series is the Trixie Belden series. It is really good! =D


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