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Postby Ruthie » Wed Feb 01, 2006 5:51 pm

Mara, Daughter of the Nile By Eloise Jarvis McGraw
Frankenstein By Mary Shelley
Anne of Green Gables L.B. Montgomery *I Think...*

There are also SO many more great books!!
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Postby Catspaw » Wed Feb 01, 2006 8:01 pm

Lady Simbelmynë wrote:Anne of Green Gables L.B. Montgomery *I Think...*

L.M. Montgomery might be a better option. ;) Lucy Maude is what the L.M. stand for! :D I have to agree with that recommendation! Anything by L.M.M. is probaby a good choice! A favourite is "The Blue Castle." \:D/
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Postby AIOfan11 » Wed Feb 01, 2006 8:11 pm

If you love romance novels (and even if you don't...) read any books by Janette Oke! They are incredibly good! The Love Comes Softly series (8 total books) is the best. If you don't get into the book watch the movie. (Love Comes Softly and Loves Enduring Promise by Hallmark Films). :inlove: So good, right Catspaw?
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Postby Catspaw » Wed Feb 01, 2006 8:42 pm

Of course, AIOfan11! :hug:

The movies are definitely different than the books, and I have to say that I like the books more, but the movies are fun too! \:D/

One of my all-time favourite Janette Oke books is "A Gown of Spanish Lace," which is not part of a series, if somebody is looking for a nice easy historical Christian fiction read that doesn't involve a series. :D
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Postby Aelwyn » Wed Feb 01, 2006 9:44 pm

Catspaw wrote:
Lady Simbelmynë wrote:Anne of Green Gables L.B. Montgomery *I Think...*

L.M. Montgomery might be a better option. ;) Lucy Maude is what the L.M. stand for! :D I have to agree with that recommendation! Anything by L.M.M. is probaby a good choice! A favourite is "The Blue Castle." \:D/


I love The Blue Castle! Kilmeny of The Orchard is one of my favorites by L.M. Montgomery.
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Postby Rachael Blackgaard » Thu Feb 02, 2006 5:30 pm

The Canopy seems to be a pretty good one so far, although I'm not finished with it yet. There's some gore and adult themes as you'd expect in an actual adult novel, but it doesn't seem too bad. If you're interested in science (or even languages), I recommend it. It's about a woman trying to find the cure to a disease that destroys the central nervous system, which may be connected to something called T4, which is the antidote. Hmm... now why does that sound so familiar?
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