Tuesday, June 22, 2021

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Friday, February 21, 2020

"The Search" by Jerry B. Jenkins & Tim LaHaye

About this book:

  “As World War III erupts, the Young Trib Force loses one of the most important people to them in the world. Also, Judd, Vicki, Lionel, and their friends set out on a desperate search to find Ryan.”

Series: Book #9 (of forty) in “Left Behind: The Kids” series. (Reviews of books
#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, and #8)

Spiritual Content- The Rapture has happened (all four main characters were left behind); All about the Rapture, the Antichrist, Tribulation, & telling people about Christ; Bibles & Scriptures are read, quoted, mentioned, & discussed; Prayers; Lots of witnessing, discussing, & sharing testimonies; Many talks and discussions about God & faiths; ‘H’s are not capital when referring to God; Many mentions of Jesus, Jews, the two witnesses, & the Messiah; Many mentions of those in the Bible; Many mentions of pastors, churches, & Bible studies; Many mentions of religions & religious people; Mentions of prayers & praying; Mentions of Heaven & Hell.
          *Note: Darrion meditates.

Negative Content- Minor cussing including: a ‘duh’, three ‘stupid’s, and four ‘shut up’s; Mentions of curses (said, not written); A bit of sarcasm; Deaths, bombs, gunfire, blood, war/fighting, & kidnappings (up to semi-detailed); Mentions of threats & killing; Mentions of smoking.

Sexual Content- A mention of a cute girl.

-Judd Thompson Jr., age 17/18
-Vicki Byrne, age 15/16
-Lionel Washington, age 14/15
-Ryan Daley, age 13
                                         P.O.V. switches between them
                                                        159 pages

Pre Teens-

New Teens-

Early High School Teens-

Older High School Teens-

My personal Rating-

{These ratings are for content, since everyone has a different opinion on the Rapture and how it will happen.}
One thing that isn’t the most consistent in this series is the character’s ages. Sometimes they are one age in one book and then the next book they are a year younger again. Sometimes confusing, but unless you focus on it, those parts shouldn’t distract too much from the story.

See y’all on Friday with a new review!

*BFCG may (Read the review to see) recommend this book by this author. It does not mean I recommend all the books by this author.

Friday, February 14, 2020

"Flirting With Disaster" by Sandra Byrd

About this book:

  “In a shocking turn of events, all writers for the "Wexburg Academy Times" will cast their votes for next year's editor—and it looks like Savvy's vote will be the tie breaker! She must choose between a nasty-girl-turned-nice, with a sudden interest in letting Savvy get what she wants, and the prickly Hazelle, who promises nothing at all. Savvy then finds herself wrapped up in a new, seemingly innocent but potentially dangerous activity. It's all at risk in this book: her position on the paper, the boy she likes, the ministry she wants to go well. At a critical moment, Savvy must figure out how to rely on God rather than luck and to overcome temptation before it is too late.
   London Confidential is a new series for young girls. In the series, British fashion, friendships, and guys collide as an all-American teen girl learns to love life and live out her faith. The series follows Savvy's entertaining attempts to fit in during her first year at a new school in a new country.”

Series: Book #4 (of four) in the “London Confidential” series. Reviews of Book #1 Here, Book #2 Here, and Book #3 Here!

Spiritual Content- Matthew 6:4 at the end; Prayers & Thanking God; Scriptures are read & mentioned; Church going & going to youth group; Talks about God; ‘H’s are capitalized when referring to God; Savvy is baptized & shares how she became a Christian; Savvy has a misunderstanding that the phrase “God helps those who help themselves” is in the Bible; Mentions of God & Jesus; Mentions of prayers & praying; Mentions of Bibles, Bible reading, Bible studies, those in the Bible, events, & Scriptures; Mentions of churches, church going, youth groups, services, & pastors; Mentions of worship teams & worshiping; Mentions of Christians; Mentions of a Christian ministry; A few mentions of crosses;
             *Note: Many mentions of horoscopes, superstitions, & luck/jinxing; Mentions of a girl saying she’s not interested in “religious stuff” in the prior book but later changes her tune when she needs something from Savvy in this book; A couple mentions of people thinking others are religious fruitcakes/nutcases; A mention of how close the word denim is to demon.

Negative Content- Minor cussing including: a ‘drat’, a ‘duh’, a ‘dumb’, and a ‘stupid’s; Some eye rolling; Many mentions of forward emails/messages (Savvy learns half-way that forwards promising luck are bad because of viruses attached to the messages); A few mentions of a plague & the symptoms; A few mentions of dislike/hatred; A few mentions of lying & lies; A few mentions of gas; A couple mentions of jealousy; A couple mentions of rumors; A mention of a drug addict;
             *Note: Mentions of celebrities, singers, songs (Taylor Swift), TV shows; Mentions of designer names & shops.

Sexual Content- A barely-above-not-detailed kiss (Savvy says that until her wedding day, there’d be nothing more); A friendly hug; Noticing & Nearness; Savvy isn’t allow to date one-on-one until she’s 16; Savvy and her friend discuss boys’ body language & what they look like when he’s about to kiss you (mentions of this again later); Many mentions of boyfriends, girlfriends, couples, & dating; Mentions of kisses, kissing, & seeing couples kiss; Mentions of dances & dates; Mentions of crushes & blushes; A few mentions of winking;
             *Note: A handful of mentions of a girl thinking her weight is heavier than other girls & making herself sick after eating.

-Savannah “Savvy” Smith, age 15
                                         1st person P.O.V. of Savvy
                                                        256 pages

Pre Teens-
New Teens-
Early High School Teens-
Older High School Teens-
My personal Rating-
When I started this final book, I thought that it would probably be my least favorite in the series because of all the forwarding, superstitions, and horoscopes. Thankfully, it didn’t last the entire book and Savvy learns her lessons about those. I quite liked the ending and consider this one to be a good series for older preteens. :)

See y’all on Friday with a new review!

*BFCG may (Read the review to see) recommend this book by this author. It does not mean I recommend all the books by this author.