How Many Books Are In The Cherub Series

What are some really good spy books either fiction or non-fiction.

I am absolutely obsessed with spies, and I would really like to read some books about them. I already read spy fiction; the Gallagher Girls series, Alex Rider and CHERUB, and I also watch the Alias TV series and James Bond movies. What else can I read, whether it is fiction or non-fiction to feed my spy addiction?…

Misery- Stephen KingAuthor get kidnapped by a crazy fan and must find his way outCarrie-Stephen Kinggirl who gets made fun of find out that she has telekensis and destorys the townIt -Stephen Kinga killer clown lives in the sewers of a manie town and kills childern and 7 kids find out and try to kill itCujo-Stephen Kinga 200 lb saint bernard get bit by a bat and goes rabid and attacks everyoneThe grimm brothers fairy talesexamples are Cinderella Snow white little red riding hoodNeedful things-Stephen Kinga new shop keeper is in town and he has your favorite items just how much are you willing to pay for themInterview with a vampire- Ann Rice( 100 times better than twilight and goes through many time periods ohh also she has a whole vampire series)This one is kinda hard to explain its about a vampire that has an interview with a (human) new reporter about his life and it startes out in the south in like mid 1800 and ends in pairs like 150 years later and every thing that he went throughThe Vampire Lestat- Ann Ricethis is another book in the ann rice vampire series and i think that most people will like this becuase its a autobiography of the vampire Lestat its very very goodThe Shining-Stephen KingAll work and no play makes jack a dull boyEdger allen poe ( The Raven is the best)Practical MagicWitchs that live day to day lives and have problems with loveDesperation-Stephen King6 people have to end the rath of evil in a western town 100 miles from where jesus lost his sandles and things get very inteseFirestarter-Stephen Kingabout a little girl who, when she gets angry or very upset, can start firesChristine-Stephen Kinga kid buys a car he has always wanted and the car has always wanted himNightshift-Stephen KingShort story collectionFour past midnight-Stephen KingShort story collectionSherlock homesHes a detactiveDracula (the original)(really?)Salems Lot- Stephen kinga town is over run with vampires and one man must stop itPet Sematary- Stephen KingWhen their cat dies, Jud takes Louis to an ancient Indian burial ground, and when they bury the cat there, it comes back to lifeJAWS- Peter BenchleyDo i really have to explain that oneThe Strand case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde- Robert Louis StevensonSpilt people in one body ones a murderThe legend of sleepy hollowthe headless horse manThinner- Stephen KingI have read every book on this list and they are all very good but by far Misery is the best!

What are some good book series for teen boys.

I’ve readThe Maze RunnerRanger’s ApprenticeUnwindThe Inheritance CycleAlex RiderChaos WalkingLockdownThe Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas FlamelHarry PotterPercy JacksonH.I.V.ESkullduggery pleasantGoneWardstone ChroniclesCirque du FreakThe Mortal Instruments39 CluesThe…

Stoneheart by Charlie Fletcher.A city has many lives and layers. London has more than most. Not all the layers are underground, and not all the lives belong to the living.Twelve-year-old George Chapman is about to find this out the hard way. When, in a tiny act of rebellion, George breaks the head from a stone dragon outside the Natural History Museum, he awakes an ancient power. This power has been dormant for centuries but the results are instant and terrifying: A stone Pterodactyl unpeels from the wall and starts chasing George. He runs for his life but it seems that no one can see what he’s running from. No one, except Edie, who is also trapped in this strange world.And this is just the beginning as the statues of London awake…This is a story of statues coming to life; of a struggle between those with souls and those without; of how one boy who has been emotionally abandoned manages to find hope.It’s the first in a trilogy. The second one is called Ironhand and the third one is called Silvertongue. Business books free


hey i just finished reading a book about a cult its non-fiction from the series cherub but the author always gets his facts right and i was wondering if the members of the mormons are brain washed.idk im not judging but please no hardcore LDS

What do you consider to be hardcore LDS? You ask us to explain but your question does not follow. What does LDS brainwashing have anything to do with some guy writing some book about cults? How do you know that this author always gets his facts right?For your information, the LDS are not brainwashed as you put it. The church is not a cult in the vernacular since of the word. Members of the church are so because they have chosen for themselves to follow that faith. We invite all to come unto Christ but whether they do or not is entirely their own choice. Many are baptized and then fall away from activity because their faith was not strong enough or their testimonies could not withstand the trials of life. In other words, we exercise no coercion over the minds of men. All are free to exercise their own agency. When they are converted, they choose to follow the prophet and to strengthen one another as Christ taught.If you consider spiritual conversion to be brainwashing, then it is washed by the Holy Ghost and you have much understanding yet to gain about the workings of the spirit.

I’m a 13 year old girl and I can’t find any good books to read over the summer holidays. Help please.

I’ve read many books like the Twilight Saga, The Georgia Nicolson Series, The Cherub Series, books by Cathy Hopkins, books by Sophie McKenzie, The Shopaholic series e.t.c. Does any one have any ideas on what else I could read?

Candy: A Novel of Love and Addiction by Luke DaviesGone by Michael GrantSpeak by Laurie Halse AndersonLost It by Kristen TracyDairy Queen by Catherine MurdockI Love You Beth Cooper by Larry DoyleCrank by Ellen HopkinsGods in Alabama by Josilyn JacksonWater for Elephants by Sara GruenThe Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John BoynePictures of Hollis Woods by Patricia Reilly GiffThe Torn Skirt: A Novel (P.S.) by Rebecca GodfreyBeauty Queen by Linda GlovachSmack by Melvin BurgessSuicide Blonde by Darcey SteinkeJunk by Melvin BurgessBeautiful Boy: A Father’s Journey Through His Son’s Addiction by David SheffA Million Little Pieces by James FreyIt Happened to Nancy: By an Anonymous Teena… by Anonymous TeenagerGirl, Interrupted by Susanna KaysenWhere the Heart Is by Billie LettsThe Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey EugenidesBefore I Die by Jenny DownhamThe Secret life of Bees by Sue Monk KiddWhite Oleander by Janet FitchPaint it Black by Janet FitchCut by Patricia McCormickThe Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen ChboskyThe Hunger Games by Suzanne CollinsWintergirls by Laurie Halse AndersonStory of a Girl by Sara ZarrHarmless by Dana ReinhardtI Heart You, You Haunt Me by Lisa SchroederPaper Towns by John Green13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen JohnsonShift by Jennifer BradburyJerk, California by Jonathan FriesenThe Book Thief by Markus ZusakUnwind by Neal ShustermanElsewhere by Gabrielle ZevinWake by Lisa McMann (Book 2 is Fade)Tithe: A Modern Faerie Tale by Holly BlackBlood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis KlauseHalfway to the Grave (Night Huntress, Book 1) by Jeaniene FrostIll Wind by Rachel CaineHow to Be Bad by Lauren Myracle, Sarah Mlynowski, E. LockhartHero by Perry MooreForrest Gump by Winston GroomDeadline by Chris CrutcherHouse of Sand and Fog by Andre Dubus III·IF YOU LIKE Vampire/scary stories (all are series):The Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine HarrisThe House of Night by P.C.Cast and Kristen Cast…The Chronicles Of Vladimir Tod by Heather Brewer. Lovely by Melissa MarrBlue Is For Nightmare by Laurie Faria Stolarz Kisses by Ellen Schreiber…Vampire Diaries by L. J. Smith Morganville Vampire by Rachel Caine…Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead…

Obscure Fiction Book.

I remember reading some fiction book (series) that included supernatural elements, such as unicorns and time travel, and had a main character who traveled to different settings to try to stop some evil force – for example, he traveled into Macbeth to try to stop the antagonist, and later he traveled into a cell to…

The Time Quartet series and related books by Madeline L’Engle?…- A Wrinkle in Time (tesseracts)- A Wind in the Door (mitochondrial DNA)- A Swiftly Tilting Planet (unicorn)- Many Waters (biblical times)Hope this helps 🙂

Please Can All Writers Help Me. Women preferably but a Man would be Fine..

Ok so i’m a girl, i’m 12 years old, and i’ll be 13 in ten days. I have a book to write in and I really want to write a story over the summer. What I don’t know is what to write about, I want it to be interesting and fun to write, could you please help me with some ideas? I really want to be a…

Ah how you remind me of myself. I was very eager to write a book as well. I am now 18 and I have STILL yet to write a book.I don’t want to tell you to stop short of a goal you have for yourself. If you are determined to write a book, you should go for it.But if you are just hoping to WRITE, the best advice I have for you is to try writing short stories. Writing a book takes discipline that most writers lack for many years. Some fortunate few are quite good at discipline and can keep themselves writing at a steady pace until their work is finished, but most writers struggle with this. I think you should try to write a 3 page story. Work your way up to longer stories. It’s actually quite challenging to write short stories. It’s challenging because it forces you to condense your thoughts and make them more meaningful. It forces you to weed out the important and unimportant details and plot points. Keep in mind that any short story you write could easily turn into a longer story at a later date. Save everything you write.Hope all that made sense!As for ideas, I would write any old thing that pops into your head. Or write from your own experience. Your own experiences will be genuine. If you want to be a writer, you will have to get used to trying to think of things to write. No one in the industry will tell you what to write.That being said… There are plenty of story generators you could use on Google. Just search “story starters” on Google or “story generators”. It’ll toss some random scenarios out for you. However, I personally don’t like to use those. I just pick up a pencil and a notebook and write. Whatever happens happens. If nothing comes from it, maybe I can find inspiration from what I DID write.If you truly want to be a writer, read often. Read as many books as you can. It expands your vocabulary and helps your writing skills improve. And write often as well. Practice makes perfect.Also, you should share what you write with friends and family or perhaps a teacher for feedback.I hope this helps. I’ll leave you with a sentence that hopefully sparks some inspiration for you, but I advise you to think of your own ideas. Most will not be as generous.— The cover of nightfall had made the bridge and its surroundings nearly impossible to see, yet I could make out the silhouette of the old river beneath the bridge that had now turned into dirt after years of drought.It’s a bit of a long sentence, but I wanted to make sure I only gave you ONE sentence. You probably shouldn’t have such long sentences in your own writing.Good luck, hun!

A Good and long book Series for Teens.

I am searching for some books. I am 14 and i just read CHERUB The Heir Chronicles Percy Jackson Harry Poter and The City Of Bones.Im searching for books like those. With adventure but also it of a love story.Please tell me some nice books 🙂

‘Long’ doesn’t cut how many books there are in the Animorphs and Warriors series (all five of them). They’re written by K.A. Applegate and Erin Hunter respectively. They’re pretty good, I guess, but they’re more kid’s books (although Animorphs gets significantly darker very early on). I read Warriors when I was 10.

Can anyone tell me the order and names of all the books in the CHERUB series.

How many are there and what are their names?

You can see them all here: just so you know, the first book for three quarters is really boring

How many pages are there in The Recruit book from the Cherub series. Is the book any good.

329 Including EpilogueThese books are great!!!Keep Reading

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  1. The Mortal Instruments, The Infernal Devices (prequel series to TMI) – both by Cassandra ClareHarry Potter: It’s so good, it seems like GOD wrote it Author is J.K RowlingThe Squire’s Tales – Gerald MorrisIt seems like you’re the kind of person that likes romance novels, Jodi Lynn Anderson writes a series called Peaches, you should look all of these up on Amazon and see if they meet your standards ^^ I hope you like one of these series

  2. To Kill A Mockingbird- this is an old one, but it really is an amazing book. i didn’t think id like it, but i got so into it. maybe u will too. im only a year older than u!The psychological community does not accept brainwashing as a possibility. We don’t required violent or demeaning initiation rights. We don’t kill you if you decide to leave our society. We don’t preform blood sacrifices, kill animals, preform witchcraft, etc…. And these are many of the more silly things I’ve been accused of while wearing a suit with a name tag.I hope I helped.

  3. There are several groups that define what a “cult” means. There’s the religious definition, the legal (law enforcement) definition, the mainstream evangelical definition…etc…etc..Try Dennis L. McKiernan, Raymond Feist, John Ringo, David Weber, David Drake, Michelle Sagara or Michelle West, Eric Flint, Jim Butcher, now not the Dresden Files however his fable sequence approximately Alera. Just to get you began. And do not fear approximately them being grownup fable/fiction. If you’ll be able to fully grasp the meanings in HP and Eragon and Eldest, then you’ll be able to fully grasp the whole thing you learn in those books too. Enjoy!

  4. I likeAlso How to Stop a Boy From Kissing You and How to Convince a Boy to Kiss You (both by Tara Eglington) are good love stories.

  5. It isn’t the most popular series but it is AMAZING and i believe there’s a movie coming out so read it before it gets popular and be a hipster cxDaughters of the Moon ( series )Need byhave fun and happy readings!

  6. Everyone is brain washed. Everyone who is born that is. A Mormon is not brain washed any more than an Atheist is. No one forces anything on anyone. Every adult is free to choose.

  7. The Thief by Megan Whalen TurnerHope this helps i am 13 to and these are the books in my book self enjoy!!!!

  8. Sabriel by Garth Nix (Followed by Lirael and Abhorsen)And if u do- visit by sometym- Bipasha(is the designer of her own catastrophe)

  9. After two years of schooling I was short a few classes of graduating so I decided to get a job for the winter to take a break from school. While I was working I decided that instead of going back to school right away I wanted to serve a mission for the LDS church. The choice was purely mine. In fact, I didn’t even tell anyone about it until I had made the decision to go.Simply asking for a nice story idea is a bit too ambiguous. We won’t know what to do with it. I’ll be more than happy to help you, but you first need to give us a bit more to go on.

  10. The Chasing Yesterday seriesThe ghost sitterAnyway, no. I’m not brainwashed. Mormonism just makes sense to me. I believe it because I chose to, not because the prophet used some sort of evil brain-control machine on me. I suppose there are some people in every religion who just blindly accept what they are told… generally they’re none-too-bright

  11. You want to know about Mormons, but then edit that you aren’t asking Mormons??????First thing I’m going to say is that, in writing, there are so many dimensions and categories. To be a good writer, you can’t just say, “I am going to write a romantic novel,” you have to add your own to it and be conscious of influences on the genres and sub-genres. Like with horror, you have realistic, fantasy, Gothic, psychological, etc.

  12. The Shadow Children SeriesThe man who was PoeI have friends in several parts of the country. I’ve traveled to Canada, Mexico, and most of the western states.Den of Shadows Series by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes (Vampire Series)The Trickster Series by Tamora PierceThe Flightless FalconHArry PotterThe Giverx

  13. Lord of the RingsAlex Rider SeriesThe Beasts of BarakhaiThe Hunger Games by Suzanne CollinsAlso Jodi Picoult books are amazing.

  14. The Hero and the Crown – Robin McKinleyThere are Tom Clancy’s “Net Force” books written for young adults, at least 17 of those.No I would not say that any Member of the LDS church is brainwashed. Everything in the church is done so that the individual has a choice. I’m a convert but I investigated the church for two years before I joined. At no time during those two years was any pressure put on me to convert. Also if you are born in to the LDS faith baptism isn’t even until the age of 8 so you realize what the whole process is about. Even then you have a choice. This is such an accepting, loving church. If I were you I would go to a Sunday service and see what it is all about. I promise you no one will follow you home and make you come back the next Sunday but you will feel welcomed.

  15. The Mediator Series – By Meg Cabot 1-800-Where-R-You Series – By Meg Cabot House Of Night Series – By P.C Cast Vampire Kisses Series – By Ellen Schriber The Immortals Series – By Alyson Noel The Mortal Instruments Series – By Cassandra Clare Wake Series – By Lisa McMann Wolves of Mercy Falls Series – By Maggie Stiefvater Dark Visions Series – By L.J. Smith

  16. books:Mormons question things and are allowed to, even encouraged to. They are encouraged to take their final answer from God because we do believe that He is real and has power to answer.I’m a mormon. Am I brainwashed? Nope. Of course, if I’m brainwashed then I wouldn’t know I was brainwashed, so I’d say ‘no’ when the answer would be ‘yes’. LolTwilight seriesHere’s an interesting question: You’re asking for answers from Mormons, but your question asks if they are brainwashed. If they really were brainwashed, would they even know that they had been brainwashed? I think not.The Phoenix files are really quite intriguing, but you may be too old for that.

  17. And best of all, of you’re 14, then make an account in Goodreads, bcz its every booklover’s dream. You’ll find the world’s best recommendations there.Brainwashed? No…The twilight saga is a little bit overrated after you’ve read it once, but if your interested in that kind of thing then I would recommend it.Reckless – Cornelia Funke

  18. I would recommend the Narnia series and the Inkheart trilogy based solely on the fact that you like the Twilight saga.The Thief Lord – Cornelia Funke

  19. write a story about a 13yr girl she lives in poverty a very sad and mistreated childhood she stumbles upon a small charm (a ring ;neckless whatever you please) it grants her 3 wishes the only problem is that for every wish she makes she loses a part of herself for example she wishes to be truly happy and her memory gets completely erased . You seem to like magical stories so add that to the story make it as fantastical as you wish

  20. No we’re not brainwashed.Rob Allen lost his youth and his leg in Iraq. Being the single parent of a four year old girl has given him a reason to recover and paramedic school has given him the means. A disciplinary transfer has displaced him from his native Manhattan into the secluded mountains of northern Pennsylvania. His fears of boredom are quickly replaced by a struggle for survival. When Rob realizes that a traffic accident victim was actually murdered he enlists the help of Deputy Coroner Anna Drake. As the two investigate they discover that the crime of the city has its roots in the beautiful mountains. They become targets and race to stop the killer before more of their informants, or they and their families die.

  21. Hogfather by Terry Pratchett (Funny and Scary – a film too)Percy Jackson author Rick Riordan has written The Kane chronicles ( 3 books) and the Heroes of olympus (5 books) also, The last of the HoO series will release in october. HoO is better than the original PJO series bcz it has percy and 6 other rocking demigods.I would suggest tomorrow when the war began. The following books of the series are called the tomorrow series.

  22. I’m editing this to say I am pleased/excited/stoked to see that Sirius Black commented on this.During the time I was a missionary I was sharing my beliefs with others. It was difficult. There were times I wondered why I was even doing what I was doing. There was a couple of times I wanted to go home and even said so to my mission president. He told me I could if I really wanted to. Luckily, I came out of it. As I served I learned what it meant to be more Christlike. I learned more about how I should treat people and serve all of God’s children. I learned that it was ok if they didn’t believe the way I did and that most of the people I talked to were really good people who were trying to be better people, too. I learned that the most important thing God wants us to do is love others and love Him.

  23. Go Ask AliceAbarat (A Series) by Clive Barker (Get the Illustrated Version)The Degrassi The Next Generation SeriesCan you give us a link to this book series, I’m on Christmas break and need something worth reading.

  24. If you want to learn about something…don’t you typically go to the source or horse’s mouth. That would be the safest way to make a judgment call. Especially in this case where you are asking if Mormons/LDS are brainwashed. Relying on a source that makes $$ bashing others’ faith…isn’t that credible to me. Perhaps an interesting read, but the time spent looking up the references and sources could have been saved by simply going to the “source.”

  25. Television is produced to the lowest common denominator – i.e., the common IQ of everyone, whereas a book is written to the best common denominator

  26. I have family members who have been successful in owning their own businesses, attending and completing college educations, serving in the military, in city politics, engineering, radiology, nursing, construction, and many other fields.A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’EngleHarry Potter seriesPretty good, involves spies getting drunk lol

  27. lastly,Divergent by Veronica RothHeroes of Olympus by Rick RiordanTry reading books by the author Robert Ludlum,a lot of his books are about spies and undercover agents.

  28. We’re so brainwashed, that you might say, we’ve been mentally and spiritually wiped clean of filth and evil. We’re like “virginal saints,” in a way… *rolls eyes*

  29. If you’ve read City of bones, try the Infernal Devices(3 books) and the the Mortal instruments actually has 5 more books, the last book releasing in two weeks. Cassandra Clare is a goddess. Jace is perfect. He’s perfect. And Will, he is perfect too. Just read whatver Clare writes!It’s also short so it’s easy for you to judge yourself and decide if you want to continue the series.Soul Screamers series (4 volumes ea volume contains 2 novels and 1 novella. super good!)When I graduated from high school I attended the college of my choice. I wanted to study music and write music. I took biology classes, history classes, english classes, and obviously music classes, etc…

  30. Anyway, I wouldn’t call the Mormon religion brainwashing. It’s just another religion, as the first answer says.

  31. You might try spy stories (also made into movies) by Robert Ludlum, author of the first three books of The Bourne series.The Lord of the Rings: There’s nothing else like it ^^ Author” J.R.R TolkienDragonsong by Anne McCaffreyt (Followed by Dragonsinger and Dragondrums)

  32. May Bird: This series is AMAZINg almost as good as Harry Potter ^^ Author: Jodi Lynn AndersonIts a series of really long books and aimed for an older audience for its specific material but probably the best fantasy series I’ve ever read has to be Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R Martin also commonly known as Game of Thrones. It has everything from war to love to assassination to everything. Its really a great read but like i said aimed for older audiences.

  33. Be inspired by situations around you, exaggerate them, then put them into fantasy style. For example, if your brother had a fight, you could make it a sword battle, or a spell battle.

  34. Most of the books by Avi are really goodHouse of Night ( series )Shadow and Bone series.hope these help!!!!!:D

  35. Oh i was going to say Twilight….hmmm have you tried Stephenie Meyers other book? The Host? Thats apparently really good.Confessions by James Patterson

  36. The Princess BrideVampire Academy (5 books at 400 pags a piece)I’m just a normal person who lives a normal life. I have always attended public schools. As soon as it was legal for me to work I decided I wanted to earn some money of my own. I worked summer jobs to save up for stuff I wanted like clothes and things for the upcoming schoolyear. I’ve printed and stamped postcards, worked as a housekeeper at a hotel, worked as a front desk receptionist at a hotel, etc… Normal, everyday jobs.

  37. This doesn’t mean, for instance, that JK Rowling actually attended a school for witches. However, she was no doubt familiar with British boarding schools and with British trains before she dreamed up Harry, Ron, and Hermione. And she spend A LOT of time doing research–reading books.

  38. Rowan Hood – Natalie SpringerYou could also try wattpad if all else fails, there are stories of all genres on there!When you say that the author always gets “…his facts right,” it is according to who’s philosophy? (Your own? Maybe?)Is Anne Rice the one feminine novelist you could have learn? If so, no marvel you believe guys are higher. Despite that, it is a sexist query and I might wish men and women might be clever sufficient to not ask such questions. It’s unattainable to mention who is higher. There are a few satisfactory male writers and there are a few pathetic male writers. There are a few satisfactory feminine writers and there are pathetic feminine writers. It might simply be that your favorites occurred to were written by means of men. Salinger and Poe are great, I’ll deliver you that. Try broadening your spectrum of feminine authors. Hopefully eventually you’ll be able to discover that the one predominant factor is in the event you took something predominant clear of the guide, i.e. understanding, emotion, just a little of philosophy… and that whether or not the writer used to be a male or feminine is not whatever to pass judgement on a guide by means of.

  39. Belly Up – Stuart GibbsI have always cherished to learn. But I’d be lying easily said I didn’t also enjoy TV. During the day this is a e book usually.

  40. Wow, that’s strange. I’m 12 and I’ll be thirteen in three days. I’m writing a story, too, and all of my stories are always pure DRAMA because drama rules everything around me. So write a dramtic story about high school cliques and things like that. It works for me because I lived in the ‘ghetto’ for a while and I love writing African American Fiction.

  41. House of Night series (12 books I think)When I came home from the mission service I enrolled in school again and completed school to become a massage therapist. I am currently a massage therapist who has had my own business for about five years and I have been an instructor of massage therapy for two years. I teach about massage, anatomy and physiology, kinesiology (scientifically), spa massage treatments, etc…Artemis Fowl-these r really good. i like them as much as HP books!Im sorry but right now you need some honesty. That is not how writing a story works. You cant buy a notebook and decide “Hey I shall write a story” and then ask us what to write about. Few, if any, of us on here will actually give you one of theirs. Write something you, yourself would like to read.

  42. The HostI heard the like Uglies series was good. maybe check that out!Check out “The Flying Deuce” by Brian Linn Smith. It’s gotten good reviews on amazon. Here’s the back cover.Look for me by the moonlight(i personally recommend this book!)You could read the original James Bond books by Ian Fleming.

  43. Johnny Tremaine-really good, better if ur into the revolutionary war stuff. its a good one.ANyway Jane Austin books (ex. Pride and Predjudice, Emma, etc.)Redwall – Brian Jacquesseries:Divergent is fantastic.Blood of Eden series.The host

  44. I guess I’m just trying to paint a picture for you that when you look at things based solely on the stories of what people have heard about the LDS church, I suppose it could be easy to think we are strange and whacked out or something. But honestly, we live very normal lives, trying to do the best we can to raise good families, contribute to our communities, and just be good people. Are there exceptions to that? Are there people who take the beliefs of the LDS church to the extreme? Of course.. But they do not speak for the LDS people as a whole, and you honestly can find that in any religion, society, culture, or what have you…Blue Bloods ( series )No one can tell you what to write. The best that anyone can suggest is that you write from your own experiences.The first one is “The Deadliest Game” and I liked it.Okay, I was gonna suggest Percy Jackson, Harry Potter, Divergent, Artemis Fowl, and the Hunger Games but looks like you’ve already covered those so sorry, I’ve got nothing

  45. Roughly three hundred pagesInkheart Series: There’s nothing else like it ^^ Author: Cornelia FunkeOut of the dustYou refer to a daisy chain (with an odd use of capital letters), and I assume you mean it in its original and literal sense–a garland made of daisies. However, some people might think it means something else.

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