Boone: The Ordinary

Boone The Ordinary Boone Tackett is okay with ordinary He has eaten at the same restaurant had the same friends and attended the same church for as long as he could remember When a most out of the ordinary daydream tak

  • Title: Boone: The Ordinary
  • Author: Lauren H. Brandenburg
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Boone Tackett is okay with ordinary He has eaten at the same restaurant, had the same friends and attended the same church for as long as he could remember When a most out of the ordinary daydream takes him into the reality of a small town legend, he is faced with a quest for truth that forces him to question the life he has always known With his childhood friends CaseBoone Tackett is okay with ordinary He has eaten at the same restaurant, had the same friends and attended the same church for as long as he could remember When a most out of the ordinary daydream takes him into the reality of a small town legend, he is faced with a quest for truth that forces him to question the life he has always known With his childhood friends Case and Wayne, along with the new girl Noel Peterson, Boone finds himself using hidden symbols to unearth a secret from long ago They must use the clues disguised in the symbols to lead them on an epic journey of adventure to a forgotten world that will set Boone face to face with an enemy and a decision that could change his ordinary life forever Ages 8

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    1. This book is the first in a series of Christian science fiction for kids with a target audience of maybe 4th-8th graders. It had an appealing premise (and cover), but sadly, it didn't deliver. The storytelling has pacing and consistency problems, and the allegory is just too heavy handed. I was bothered by the works righteousness bent of the theology in this book, especially given the impressionable nature of the target age group. It also had numerous spelling errors. I can forgive some in self- [...]

    2. Awesome story! This book was written by a childhood friends wife. I related to this story really well since the church we attended as children was a small one like in the book and constantly referenced the differance in big "Ohio" churches I attended later in life. All this plus a great "mystic Christianity" story written at a simple young reader level made this an easy to recommend book!

    3. Boone is a tale which takes a different path to illumination. Boone Tackett, Noel Peterson, Wayne Adams, Jeff, Case and Reed the Sunday school teacher are just some of the characters you will meet. Mishpacah is a mysterious land that is legend in the Great Crossing Baptist Church in rural Kentucky. Follow Boone and his friends on a wild adventure.

    4. This inspired book is truly for anyone from age 12-120 who has a desire to engage adventure and soak up discovery. Lauren H. Brandenburg divinely captures the essence of a group of young friends as they learn about themselves, each other, and what God can hide in plain sight. While the book does contain a handful of technical hiccups, it is nothing less than a powerful depiction of God's Kingdom. All aspects of Boone's world point toward a dynamic, biblically-based, saga of Promise.

    5. Very enjoyable reading!I would definitely recommend this book for all ages, although it is geared more to youth. I really liked Boone and all of his friends. What a marvelous adventure!

    6. Different than what I normally readI try to read different types of writing in order to not get into a reading rut, as well as learn of different authors

    7. Great story about learning how to follow God and hear His voice and turning away from yourself and doing what God wants you to do.

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