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What are you reading?

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I am just wondering what everyone is reading right now. Any new authors out there that you can't help but love?

For me, I am still on Chronicles of Narnia. But I am also reading Treasures of Darkness, Treasures of Light, and some throw back Peretti. I also like Francine Rivers/
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I'm almost done with Watership Down by Richard Adams :)
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Do you like Watership Down?
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"Don't Let Anyone Know" by Helen Coffey

It is a story about the failing of our mental health system along with common mistakes families make, that led to her daughters suicide.
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Caesar: Life of a Colossus by Adrian Goldsworthy.
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Do you like Watership Down?

Yes, very much so. It's sad in a lot of places, but still wonderfully written.
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im reading the last book in the Eargon series it is called Inhertiance. Also, I am reading a book called the eighty dollar champion.
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I'm almost done with Watership Down by Richard Adams :)


I was thinking of this bood just a few days ago. I am glad it is still around.
How are you liking it?
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I liked the Harbinger by Jonathan Cahn. This book scared my half to death, and if it is true
the USA could go at ay time.
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what is watership down about? I never heard of it before?
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what is watership down about? I never heard of it before?

It's set in the English countryside. It's about a group of rabbits who have to move from their original burrow to a new burrow. Because their original home is being destroyed, so they have to find a more suitable place to live. It's not a cheerful book (it can get sad and graphic in a lot of places) but I really like the storyline. When I say graphic, it's only with blood and a few uses of simple swearing. No drugs or sex in it though.
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i am reading a novel by Karen Kingsbury called The Bridge and so far its pretty good I really am enjoying it and Its not a long book but the story line is fantastic I encourage people to check it out.
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im reading Genises i find it a fascinating book its full of history.geography, and family stories
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"Wheel of Time" series by Robert Jordan. I would like to read "Watership Down" and have wanted to for years every since I saw it mentioned in a Stephen King book years ago, but every time I'm looking for a new book it never crosses my mind. Maybe I should write it down?
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im reading Genises i find it a fascinating book its full of history.geography, and family stories

Amen Rose - I am reading Genesis again now myself - quite the swashbuckler ...
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I read and liked 'Watership Down' many years ago. Thanks for that memory.

I am currently reading 'The Stranger on the Road to Emmaus' by John R. Cross
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I finished the Bridge and my Harry Potter book set arrived yesterday so I am going to be reading that series and then Divergent and Insurgent that Dani put on my kindle for me.

Has anyone heard of a book called The Room? Its by Emma Donahue (misspelled last name)
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I just finished reading Sex & Money.. written Sharon Nash..
Oh by the way, it's my sister that wrote about our experiences in life..
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I'm reading "Heaven Revealed" by Paul Enns.

And the revised edition of "In Defense of Israel" by John Hagee.
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I just finished "Agenda 21" by Glenn Beck. He gets credit for writing this book, but the actual story was written by a woman, which is obvious to anyone who reads the story. It is about what it is like for one woman, living in what used to be the United States of America, but what has become known only as "The Republic." It was a pretty good story, and paints a very vivid picture of living under absolute tyranny. I would recommend it. You can see a huge difference in the writing style between this book, and Beck's last novel. What really stood out to me was the descriptive writing in this book. You could picture everything in your mind down to the last detail.
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