The 10 Best Books to Read for Easter: Selections to Inspire, Educate, & Provoke: Excerpts from new and classic titles by bestselling authors in the field, with an Introduction by James Martin, SJ.

The 10 Best Books to Read for Easter: Selections to Inspire, Educate, & Provoke: Excerpts from new and classic titles by bestselling authors in the field, with an Introduction by James Martin, SJ.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This collection lives up to the subtitle. It is a great way to get into some deeper spiritual water as you look towards Easter. Though I am not yet ready to buy more new books, I have already added to my wishlist after reading just some of these selections. I look forward to reading more in this book, but I already am quite impressed and uplifted. Try it out!
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Please leave comments at results with no story.<p> Want to be in the story? Post a character application at a result with no story. Include a team color.<p> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<p> &#160&#160&#160It was only dark for a moment, then he was out of the ship and hurtling towords earth. Everything was a blur, stars flew by in a long stringy look, his heart raced faster than the ship tey flew here in. The window stated to fog up from his panting breath, turning it into a mirror. He stared back at himself. Noting the way his black eyes had a paniced look to it, the way his face tensed up, stretching the scar on his left cheek, he also noticed his one imperfect tooth among the other perfect ones. Almost like a message. A message saying that nothings perfect. No one is, nothing is.<p> &#160&#160&#160He only managed to see these things for a moment, before he broke through Earths atmosphere and the frost on the window turned to water. Now all he could see was a blinding red glow from the fire all around his pod. Enveloping his cacoon, like some kind of defence system.<p> &#160&#160&#160Suddenly their was a slight jerk, slight enough to not to too much, but strong enough to clank his teeth together. The pod was slowing down now, heading for North America. Heading into the wastland planet.<p> &#160&#160&#160Before the Games had started, tey were aloud to look at Satilight picture Hologram maps of North America. We were able to choose any place in all of North America. Anywhere. Our team decided we wanted a place that would provide us with some cover, and utillities, but would also be an area that nobody would pick. We picked an area that was covered in rain today. Pouring by the weather charts reading. We chose the place not many people would even care about. We chose a place called Oregon. Some state from the original USA. With te accuracy of the pods, we should land somewhere near Salem.<p> &#160&#160&#160From somewhere in the pod there was a countdown, the coundown claimed we had fifteen seconds untill landing. Fifteen seconds can pass both quick, and slow.<p> &#160&#160&#160I realized l was breathing so fast, the window was starting to fog up. I started taking slow deep breaths. Thinking of anything but te fact that l was still hurtling towords the ground. Towords the great unknown. Who knew what would happen?<p> &#160&#160&#160There was a pitter patter noise from something hitting his pod, at first he thought the pod was about to bust apart, and his rate raised again. Then he realized it was only the rain. They had entered the clouds.<p> &#160&#160&#160"Five seconds, untill impact," a femanin robotic voice claimed. The pod gave another, larger, jerk and really started slowing now.<p> &#160&#160&#160<_>3<p> &#160&#160&#160What would happen now?<p> &#160&#160&#160<_>2<p> &#160&#160&#160What would he find on this planet?<p> &#160&#160&#160<_>1<p> &#160&#160&#160Would they win?<p> &#160&#160&#160<_>0<p> At te last moment he rembered to tuck himself in, then tere was a teeth jarring thud, a loud beep noise in his ear, and then nothing.<p> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<p> More at the next result. And remember character applications will be accepted, but post them at results with no story please.<p> ~&#167&#1108&#1026 &#25282
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It's like... Hunger Games was a sci-fy genre, yeah. It sure is a good beginning, be watch out for missing apostrophies, they're important. Over all, keep up the good work! ((Woow... that quote souded as if l had one of those teacher stamps. X.x)) <p> Go to 'Avts' result one when your about to leave. Please.