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Hey Jana, so, I saw you've read Blood Promise. I'm dying to read this book, but sadly I live in south america (so I'll have to wait till the book is avaliable for download, 'cause it won't get translated here). Anyways, I read your spoilers and now I just need to know if they'll make it. If Dimitri is becoming a dhampir again. Really, I just need to know that, I just need to know that he won't die and that he and Rose will be together. PLEASE, PLEASE, answer me *____* I can't stand the idea of Dimitri being gone for good (but if that's the case, you can tell me. At least I'll be prepared and won't get sooo sad about it)
If you remember, I'd love your review and thoughts of Pictures of Hollis Woods. Looks interesting but I dont know if its any good. I just read Looking for Alaska, a Printz Award winner, and it was completely awesome. Im thinking that your book would be great too. Here's hoping!
I am still learning how to navigate this great website so sorry for the late response. I thought The Shack was very well written--clever comes to mind. Religion/inspirational not my genre but there is a reason it is still on the best sellers' list!
Sorry for the late response for my recommendation of The Shack. I've been dealing with back issues. I'd definitely read The Shack. It's an allegory about our relationship with a a loving God. It's also fiction with a good story. I loved it. Hope you do too.
I think The Shack is definitely worth the read. It is a work of fiction, yet demonstrates the Holy Trinity in a way that is understandable. It also helped me to feel that God is personal and concerned about me. I recently went through a time of huge struggle and it encouraged me a lot. There are some difficult spots, but overall is a positive read.