- TN, USA
- member since August 2, 2010
Plan to read "If I Perish" soon! It is a....a.....how do you say it?... an intense but inspiring book. I really was encouraged by it.
I noticed you were reading "Cherry Ames, Rest Home Nurse". Is that good? I'm always looking for a new book to bury my nose in. ;-)
See ya Sunday,
~Miss Hannah Grace~
Thanks so much for your kind note, Lauren!
Yes, I LOVE Corrie ten Boom - though I must admit, I've only read The Hiding Place, and have yet to start the others. I found several of her books at Goodwill, and I was SOOOO excited and HAD to buy them, but haven't gotten a good chance to read any of them yet! I'm looking forward to Tramp for the Lord; it's next on my list, too! :-)
Have a fantastic week!
Love in Jesus,
Now that I've thought about it, Narnia and LOTR, aside from the fact that they're both in the fantasy genre, really aren't comparable. They're both so different. I still like Narnia better, though:)
I've only seen the first LOTR movie and I really liked it, although I did a lot of skipping over the gruesome parts. I really don't like battle scenes in movies, which is why I like the Narnia movies so much. They have battles, but they're so clean, not gory at all.
Anyway, I've had fun talking with you about LOTR and Narnia:)
Hello Miss Lauren!
I'm really enjoying it so far! I can't remember what chapter I'm on, but the hobbits have just become acquainted with Tom Bombadil:)
"The Hobbit" was really good, and I think it might be my favorite, too. Of course, I haven't read the other two books in the trilogy yet, so I guess I'll have to suspend judgment until then:)
I'm borrowing the books from my grandpa, and he's borrowing the Narnia books from me, which he's never read, so that's fun:)
How do you think LOTR compares to Narnia? I think I still prefer Narnia, mainly because they're not as dark, and definitely because they encourage me in my walk with Christ.
Have a lovely evening!