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  • Xolar
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    Awesome

    Here is a link the books, they are based on religon some what but they are a real good read. I mainly read david baldacci, vince flynn, , robert ludlum or ted dekker that reminds me read The saint by ted dekker it is awesome if you like action/suspense/sci-fiction.

    Jason

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  • Awesome
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    Originally posted by Xolar View Post
    The babylon series is also good, I have read everyone so far, the main bad character is methusaleh anyone heard if this guy??:)


    Xolar,

    What's the Babylon series? Can you give more info?
    I've Read Alas Babylon which is an Armageddon type book (pretty good by the way) but I don;t think it has anything to do with what you;re talking about.
    I'd be interested in any details you have.

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  • Brosia
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    sorry, SandsHills, definitely NOT like the Left Behind. Twilight is about vampires. I was just saying that most movies cannot live up to the books; but I heard Twilight does, and I think the first 2 Harry Potter movies did also.

    that's so sweet about the GF!

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  • oly
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    My wife is looking for them books. we have some of the movies

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  • SandHillsHillbilly
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    OK yall!!! Following the leader here. I went and got Twilight to see what it was all about before knowing anything about it. Thinking it was along the lines of Left Behind. Mistake, but not a bad one. Great because the smile I got at the end from the GF telling me she flet that way when she met me! Ok back to Left Behind. I want to go back and re-read the whole series before watching the movies.

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  • Bayou Blaster
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    Originally posted by Brosia View Post
    I didn't know there were movies! I'll probably pass, I'm enjoying the books too much, and I know the movies can't live up to it (though I am anxiously awaiting the DVD of Twilight - I heard the movie was as good as the book).
    Yeah my Daughter has read all of the twilight series books at least 3 times including one of miss Meyer's unfinished drafts. Will probably be taking her to Wally World tonight to get the DVD. I'm glad she is so much into reading; she even likes to write her own stories. She really has a flair for it. Love our trips to Barnes and Noble. If you want to see if your money will be well spent on the movie:
    :)

    http://www.fastpasstv.com/twilight-2008/

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  • Brosia
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    I didn't know there were movies! I'll probably pass, I'm enjoying the books too much, and I know the movies can't live up to it (though I am anxiously awaiting the DVD of Twilight - I heard the movie was as good as the book).

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  • SandHillsHillbilly
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    I too have read them all, years ago. I would love to read them again, but ex got them.

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  • Xolar
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    The babylon series is also good, I have read everyone so far, the main bad character is methusaleh anyone heard if this guy??:)

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  • snal
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    Originally posted by Brosia View Post
    I've been reading these books for about a year now, the authors are Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins. It's a series about Armageddon. Now, these are Christian authors, and this is based on biblical prophecy, not my usual book pick- I prefer Stephen King or Robin Cook. But it is VERY good reading.

    A little alarming too- the main 'villian' is a relatively unknown politician, and next thing you know, he's ruling the world. :p

    Like I said, I started these books about a year ago (I'm up to number 12 or so...), left them for a few months, and started reading them again recently. And there are lots of parallels to current events.

    If anyone is looking for a good series of books to read, I'd recommend these.
    I've read all of them...got hooked...read more books in six months than I have in six years! That was a couple of years back. Not sure if they have the next volume out now.
    The movies didn't do it justice.

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  • Bayou Blaster
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    Brosia

    I was actually considering posting links to the movies in the movie section? Can do if you want?

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  • Brosia
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    The Left Behind books

    I've been reading these books for about a year now, the authors are Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins. It's a series about Armageddon. Now, these are Christian authors, and this is based on biblical prophecy, not my usual book pick- I prefer Stephen King or Robin Cook. But it is VERY good reading.

    A little alarming too- the main 'villian' is a relatively unknown politician, and next thing you know, he's ruling the world. :p

    Like I said, I started these books about a year ago (I'm up to number 12 or so...), left them for a few months, and started reading them again recently. And there are lots of parallels to current events.

    If anyone is looking for a good series of books to read, I'd recommend these.
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