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    Left Behind series

    Has anyone else become addicted to these books? I love them, I just hate how they leave me hanging. I guess that is how they get us to buy the next one.

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    I love these book. I read through them very quickly and get disappointed when I can not get the next one right away. It would be a good idea to wait until they all come out to begin reading this series. I might read them each again when the last one comes out.
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    I read them sooo fast, and theya re great. I guess we only have one left now too huh?

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    Yep, only one left. Of course it won't come out until next spring. The way Armageddon ended really made me antsy for the next one.
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    I picked up the first one while in the hospital in January. Didn't know exactly what is was, just liked the mystery appeal of missing people, etc. Had the entire series read by Mid March. Picked up Armageddon as soon as it came out. This series has me really doing some serious thinking about things. Have you been to their website?
    http://www.leftbehind.com/

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    yes a lot, actually a guy from my parents church is one of the producers or directors for the film. It is a great series and glad it makes you think..

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    What other books would you suggest I read to help me with my *thinking*?

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    I just started reading these books (I just started on the second book in the series), and they are amazing! I can't put the book down. Check them out if you haven't!

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    I have a friend who is an absolute fanatic about it. I thought that they were ok, nothing special. Then again, I'm the person who absolutely hated Harry Potter, so I might not be the best person to give book reccomendations.

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    I think that the concept of the series is excellent. But the writing and the dialog, when not in "sermon mode" is pretty weak IMHO. Still, my wife got me hooked on them.

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