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Moon White: Color Me Enchanted

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

Spiritual Confusion

I like to learn. And I like it when I read a book and learn new things. This book was very fascinating to read because for once I was clueless about the subject matter. Other than my Harry Potter geekness, I have no knowledge of Wicca, the Occult or magic in general. So...
I like to learn. And I like it when I read a book and learn new things. This book was very fascinating to read because for once I was clueless about the subject matter. Other than my Harry Potter geekness, I have no knowledge of Wicca, the Occult or magic in general. So while reading this book I managed to learn quite a bit of info that I normally wouldn't look up myself. Melody Carlson writes about subjects that teens regularly face every day. This book deals with a subject matter that many Christians will not deal with because they are uncomfortable with it. Most of the time they don't even know with what they are dealing with. This book helped me to learn so that if I ever meet up with someone who is going through what Heather did, I'll know what to do. It's a very intense book. The scene where Heather has the dream that stays into reality is super scary. It gave me chills reading it and made me want to turn the lights on in my room. What I did really appreciate is that the story is told from the POV of someone who isn't a Christan and therefore is not judgmental. Heather does have Christian friends who pray for her. While there is a mindset that condemns everything she does it is shown how this is not the best way for Christians to act. I think this story will appeal highly to teens. This book shows them the Truth but it also shows what will happen if you turn to other ways to fulfill your spiritual needs. Because of the intense subject matter in this book, I would recommend it for older teens on up. Actually I think adults should read this book too. Melody Carlson proves once again why when you think YA fiction, you think her name.

posted by Deborah_K on January 29, 2009

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Most Helpful Critical Review

8 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

Biased, terrible, and harmful.

As a proud Wiccan I am disgusted at the portrayal of my beliefs in this novel. It's like all of our effort to be accepted as normal people who just want to honor the divine is scrapped for buckets of stereotypes. I can understand the to some Christianity is the answer t...
As a proud Wiccan I am disgusted at the portrayal of my beliefs in this novel. It's like all of our effort to be accepted as normal people who just want to honor the divine is scrapped for buckets of stereotypes. I can understand the to some Christianity is the answer that helps their lives, but I do not get why not only do they refuse to accept my beliefs and run such a terrible smear campaign the always portrays us as the evil ones! Please do some research, as you will learn nothing but lies from this terrible excuse for literature.

posted by MidnightShadows on April 19, 2009

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  • Posted January 29, 2009

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    Spiritual Confusion

    I like to learn. And I like it when I read a book and learn new things. This book was very fascinating to read because for once I was clueless about the subject matter. Other than my Harry Potter geekness, I have no knowledge of Wicca, the Occult or magic in general. So while reading this book I managed to learn quite a bit of info that I normally wouldn't look up myself. Melody Carlson writes about subjects that teens regularly face every day. This book deals with a subject matter that many Christians will not deal with because they are uncomfortable with it. Most of the time they don't even know with what they are dealing with. This book helped me to learn so that if I ever meet up with someone who is going through what Heather did, I'll know what to do. It's a very intense book. The scene where Heather has the dream that stays into reality is super scary. It gave me chills reading it and made me want to turn the lights on in my room. What I did really appreciate is that the story is told from the POV of someone who isn't a Christan and therefore is not judgmental. Heather does have Christian friends who pray for her. While there is a mindset that condemns everything she does it is shown how this is not the best way for Christians to act. I think this story will appeal highly to teens. This book shows them the Truth but it also shows what will happen if you turn to other ways to fulfill your spiritual needs. Because of the intense subject matter in this book, I would recommend it for older teens on up. Actually I think adults should read this book too. Melody Carlson proves once again why when you think YA fiction, you think her name.

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2012

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    Please help us spread the word of God to all nook users!! If ur interested please go to "revival for god" first result. Jesus loves u!!! †††

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2008

    ┬┐Sometimes good can lead to evil┬┐

    Moon White is the story of an only child whose name is Heather. Heather is best friends with Lucy until Heather takes a liking to Wicca. Wicca is a type of religion based on spells and enchantments. It is sometimes called witchery. At that point, Heather¿s whole world is changed. Lucy abandons her and leaves her friendless she meets Liz, the new girl, and becomes her friend. Now will Liz help or hurt Heather? What will become of this Wicca idea? You have to read this enchanting tale to find out. This book had many good parts but also a few bad parts. When Liz moved in it was a good part because Lucy had just abandoned Heather so Heather needed a friend. Having Liz move in was also a good twist. Heather realizing that Wicca was not for her because from the beginning I felt it would hurt her and I was right. I liked when Augustine, Heather¿s stepmom, moved out because she was a bad influence on Heather. This book also had some bad parts. When the characters got mad, there was really no drama and drama would have put an even bigger twist on the story. I disliked how they had Lucy abandon Heather at the beginning. I would have liked to see how close they were and had this part happen near the middle of the book. When Heather went to the Wicca overnight, I didn¿t really understand where she was or what was going on. This book called Moon White by Melody Carlson is part of a series but the books are not connected so they can be read in any order. This book reminds me of Casper meets Wendy because Wendy¿s aunts want her to act more like a witch but she wants to be normal. This is kind of the same because they are both peer pressured by adults to look into Wicca. This book would be enjoyed by people that are into witches. This is mostly for teenagers though. Hope you enjoy!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2008

    A reviewer

    I've read 5 of melody's carlson's true colors books and as a catholic, i find them truely inspiring and setting a role model for teens and tweens.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2013

    Great

    Great

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2013

    Click here please

    Tha is so true but sometomes ypu can meet people ho live near you. And then later become your friends. But also some times you van meet peeps the TOTAL OPPISIT and not love a very un perverted life and not be allowed to say you are a virgin anymore just saying!!!!!!!!!!

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    Posted October 27, 2012

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    Snakes!!!! *she repeated gleefully and runs around excitedly*

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    Posted September 24, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2012

    Awesome

    I love this author

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