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The Cards (Forbidden Doors, Book 12) [Paperback]

By Bill Myers (Author) & James Riordan (Author)
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Pages   192
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 6.9" Width: 6.38" Height: 0.52"
Weight:   0.22 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Aug 1, 2003
Publisher   Tyndale House Publishers
Age  10-14
ISBN  0842371850  
EAN  9780842371858  

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Written to combat the influence of the occult on today's kids, these compelling stories show the reality of spiritual warfare. As Rebecca and her brother, Scott, discover the danger in the occult's deceptive practices, they learn to put their trust in God's truths. At a low point in his life and in need of direction for the future, Philip seeks a card reading with Madame Theo, and Becka and Scott must help Philip realize where his faith should truly lie.At a low point in his life and in need of direction for the future, Philip seeks a card reading with Madame Theo, and Becka and Scott must help Philip realize where his faith should truly lie.

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More About Bill Myers & James Riordan

Bill Myers Best selling authors Bill Myers, Frank Peretti, Angela Hunt, and Alton Gansky unite their talents to write this riveting, fast-paced series of supernatural novellas.

Bill Myers currently resides in Thousand Oaks, in the state of California. Bill Myers was born in 1953.

Bill Myers has published or released items in the following series...
  1. Elijah Project
  2. Forbidden Doors
  3. Incredible Worlds of Wally McDoogle (Paperback)
  4. McGee and Me!
  5. TJ and the Time Stumblers
  6. Truth Seekers

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The Final Book (So Far)  Oct 1, 2004
Bob DeMoss tackles his second Forbidden Doors book and while he keeps the action close to home like in the originals, he does do some odd things.

Becka and Scott are now trying to help a friend of Scott's who is getting into a fortune teller (psychic) and Tarot readings. This results in his breaking up with his girlfriend and making other changes in his life. Becka and Scott must try and help their friend as well as battle the psychic.

There was not quite the dumping of characters the way there was at the end of the last book but there are still a lot of unresolved issues. I was also very surprised by the forced advertisement for another book (by Z, no less). I was also surprised when Z made a phone appearance and called Scott. There were more actual bible references but less prayer. Then there was the cliffhanger ending although after more than a year there is still no talk of another book in the series. I might have given this one three stars but the advertising plug was just so jarring that I can't go that high.
The Cards. . .Really not as great. . .  Oct 14, 2003
I actually found book 12 to be disappointing.
The characters seem to be a bit more 'hip' to
pop culture/pop .references.

Becka and Scott seem to not be themselves, almost like you
packaged them to sell more books.

I'm no missionary or anything, but don't you think they'd still be
mentally stuck in the missionary field?(as they were in the 1st 10 books) Within days of coming back
from New Mexico it seems even their ISP has changed ! Even their lingo.

I'm about as social as Becka, and even *I* don't care to keep up w/ a lot of pop culture myself. Wouldn't you think missionary-kids be more focused on the Bible and spreading the word, not being so forgiving like they are. They seem TOO LIBERAL. Becka seems to have too much self-esteem. She used to be real and doubt herself. Now she's changed, it seems.

Oh - and how did Mr. Lowry suddenly appear in book 12? Wasn't Scott's school across town or something?
Why would he change schools? If he's a librarian, why would he be a substitute? It just seems forced.
The author should have just brought in a new substitute teacher. Not someone you already knew you might have wanted to keep in the book. Mr. Lowry seems to have done an about-face in the personality department. Even with a headache, he wouldn't turn into a drill-sergeant. In real life, sometimes you see people once , and you never see them again.
Even descriptions of what the characters are doing seems forced. Under-described/over-described. . .

When Scott says "You're a liar Madame Theo. He's not yours." Why is he addressing her? Shouldn't he be address Satan, if she's possessed? The books really seem fake.
Hmmm.. and advertising "The Case for Christ" by Lee Strobel in the book? I would have rather wanted to seen that maybe in the back of the book under "suggested reading" or "references" but not badly plugged in the book like that !
Seems like cheap advertising to me. Speaking of Philip, he seems to have forgotten he used to be a Christian. Even if he was going to a fortune -teller, wouldn't he kind of be thinking the whole time: "Maybe I should try God again " or something, or even just a passing "Well, the Bible didn't work for me/God left us" during the whole time he go back to Madam Theo's Palace. Not as an afterthought. Not after the fact.
I would have thought Scott and Becka would have talked , at least, to Philip. It's like they're dealing w/ people (Sarina, Laura, Philip) and then dropping them - like, not even talking to them. He'd just talk to Z or something. . . . .

The style of writing doesn't even seem Bill Myers When James Riordan wrote/ghostwrote, what was it....books 7 thru 10, there seemed to be a focus more on the occult, and not many jokes/sarcasm. It was weird to read, but I got used to it. Now we've got Bob DeMoss writing/ghostwriting and it seems he's trying to FORCE Bill Myers' writing style. And if it really is Bill Myers well, his style seems forced.

Books 1-10 were in-your-face, no-apologies Christianity. 11 & 12 seem too shy with Christianity. Too apologetic and timid.

As a Christian, and a writer, I found them to be too weak.


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