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Heather's interest in Wicca seems harmless, but when things happen that she can't explain, it becomes clear that she has less control over her world than ever before.
Heather's curiosity in Wicca brings new confidence and reassurance but alienates her from others. Even so, this enchanting path seems harmless, even helpful.
But when terrifying things begin to happen that Heather can't explain, it becomes clear that she has less control over her world than ever before.
The eleventh book in the teen fiction series TrueColors, this book discusses spiritual warfare, tragedy, anger, and more.
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don't believe the lies
I completely disagree with whoever wrote in the last comment.I have a close friend of mine who has completely fallen into Satan's grasps and believes in this Wicca stuff.I'm not trying to start an uproar here, but i will spread the truth. There is only one God and he created the Heavens and the Earth and everything in it through Jesus Christ, who's God.(In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.The same was in the beginning with God.All things were made by him; and without him nothing was made that was made.In him was life; and the life was the light of men.darknessdid not comprehend it. John 1:1-5).
I really have a lot more to say about this, but unfortunately I've got to go. I would really recommend staying away from the wiccan "religion" and come into a personal relation with Christ. bbl8r
not a wiccan
7/2/2008 3:16:00 PM
Very Contrived and Unimaginative.
I appreciate the effort that went into this book, but it came up short for me. This book seems so contrived and I could DEFINATLY tell that it was written by someone who does not know teenagers very well. It seemed like someone who is trying to be young and hip wrote a book they thought was young and hip. It really bothered me, to tell you the truth! AND, the use of the word "crud" in nearly every book of the TRUECOLORS series is actually driving me crazy. I have never ONCE heard anyone use that word, especially not teenagers.I didn't find this book helpful at all. I know that witchcraft is dangerous, and this book pointed that out rather well, but I think more research on the subject would've been better. I found myself confused at a lot of parts, and found it hard to believe Heather's character and her motives for doing things. PLUS, why does heather think that Hudson is her "boyfriend"? They went on one date! That doesn't classify as boyfriend to ANY teenager anywhere!!! I hate to be such a downer but the ending also bothered me alot. I wish that there had been more about Heather's development as a new christian, instead of just a few paragraphs.
4/17/2008 10:37:00 PM
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You know nothiing.
I really liked the "free preview" from a few of your other books, but just begining to read this one really shows your ignorance on the subject of Wicca.
Some is bad, but that dosn't mean all is. Wiccans do believe in God, we just happen to have a female and male. Lord and Lady.
Have you even read anything on Wicca?
You say this is for "Spiritual Growth" but you have no clue how Wicca had helped me, find myself, believe in something, and come out of hard times.
We Wiccans beleive in something. To give evil a name is to give it power. You've done just that.
And so what if you don't agree with Wiccan belifes? We don't agree with yours but we believe that everyone has their own say in what is right for them.
I trully hope that someday you find the time out of the day to pick up a book on Wicca and learn what a wonderful religion it is.
4/19/2007 10:36:00 AM