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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2004
Availability: In Stock
Series: Laurel Shadrach
Kristen Caldwell5 Stars Out Of 5January 21, 2009Kristen CaldwellExcellent reading for Christian teens or those who want to know what walking a Christian life looks like, faults and all. Recommend the entire series along with Payton Skyy's series as well.
roxie5 Stars Out Of 5March 21, 2008roxiethis book rocked it was so addictive and interesting!!!i totally want to read all the other books by the same author of Finally Sure
Punk Rock Jesus!!2 Stars Out Of 5January 22, 2006Punk Rock Jesus!!I didn't read the first three books in the series but I did read the last two and I thought they were both lame. The characters are unrealistic and so are the stories. In this book 4 people died within the space of a semester. That doesn't happen in real life. But I may not be the best judge since I couldn't relate to Laurel. She has a more 'preppy' attitude towards life where as I possess a more 'punk' attitude.And it was annoying how at the end of each chapter she says that she is going to try and talk to God more or not worry as much but she goes right back to where she started.And I thought this book was also very racist and the racist attitudes towards THEMSELVES annoyed me the most.I think Moore does write well but the story is pretty bad.
Bri5 Stars Out Of 5March 16, 2004BriThe conclusion to the Laurel Shadrach series is heartwarming and captivating. Laurel tries out for cheerleading after realizing that gymnastics is not what she's meant to do, and she has a great time with her roommates and her library buddy. Definitely the best book in the series.