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Author: Stephanie Perry Moore
ISBN: 0802440363
Pages: 208 pages
Publisher: Moody Publishers; New edition (July 1, 2002)
Language: English
Category: Literature & Fiction
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e-Book Totally Free (Laurel Shadrach Series) epub download

by Stephanie Perry Moore



Totally Free (Laurel Shadrach Series).

Totally Free (Laurel Shadrach Series). 0802440363 (ISBN13: 9780802440365). STEPHANIE PERRY MOORE is the author of many Young Adult Christian fiction titles, including the Payton Skky series, the Laurel Shadrach series, the Perry Skky Jr. series, the Faith Thomas Novelzine series, the Carmen Browne series, and the Beta Gamma Pi series.

STEPHANIE PERRY MOORE is the author of many Young Adult Christian fiction titles, including the Payton Skky series, the Laurel Shadrach series, the Perry Skky Jr. Mrs. Moore speaks with young people across the country, showing them how they can live life fully and do it God's way. Stephanie currently lives in the greater Atlanta area with her husband, Derrick, a former NFL player and author, and their three children.

by Stephanie Perry Moore (Author). This set includes all five books of the Laurel Shadrach series: Purity Reigns, Totally Free, Equally Yoked, Absolutely Worthy, and Finally Sure

by Stephanie Perry Moore (Author). This set includes all five books of the Laurel Shadrach series: Purity Reigns, Totally Free, Equally Yoked, Absolutely Worthy, and Finally Sure. In Purity Reigns, Laurel Shadrach is the daughter of a preacher, the oldest and only sister of three brothers. The story takes the reader through Laurel's senior year of high school as she deals with the struggles of being a teenager. Her desire is to stay pure, but will her desire to be with her boyfriend be stronger?

Laurel Shadrach is in her second semester of her senior year and things seem to be falling into place. The Parable Series: The Pumpkin Patch Parable. Totally Free - Stephanie Perry Moore.

Laurel Shadrach is in her second semester of her senior year and things seem to be falling into place. She's dating a Christian guy and her friendships are back on track. But right around the corner lurks the temptation of drugs and alcohol. As she witnesses their destruction on those around her, Laurel realizes that alcohol and drugs only bring temporary relief. The Body of Christopher Creed. Thanks! ringing the bell.

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Laurel Shadrach Series - eBook. This set includes all five books of the Laurel Shadrach series: Purity Reigns, Totally Free, Equally Yoked, Absolutely Worthy, and Finally Sure

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However, in TOTALLY FREE, the second book in Stephanie Perry Moore's series, Laurel finds the actions of those around her quickly diverting herĀ .

However, in TOTALLY FREE, the second book in Stephanie Perry Moore's series, Laurel finds the actions of those around her quickly diverting her from the straight path she had hoped to be on. As the book opens, Laurel is enjoying a Christmas phone call from Foster when she hears commotion downstairs. She is shocked to see her younger brother, Lance, lying on the ground in a pool of blood. The book covers the bulk of the remainder of her senior year of high school. Laurel is now dating Foster, a Christian guy.

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by Stephanie Perry Moore. Laurel Shadrach is off to college in Georgia. There she meets Payton Skky, one of her new suitemates. Equally Yoked (eBook). by Stephanie Perry Moore (Author). As she struggles to adjust to the pressures of college, Laurel is confronted with difficult decisions regarding friend relationships, alcohol use, and staying pure with her boyfriend. Will Laurel choose to follow God or will she bow to temptations and peer pressure? Laurel Shadrach is off to college in Georgia

Laurel Shadrach is in her second semester of her senior year and things seem to be falling into place. She's dating a Christian guy and her friendships are back on track. But right around the corner lurks the temptation of drugs and alcohol. As she witnesses their destruction on those around her, Laurel realizes that alcohol and drugs only bring temporary relief. To be totally free, you must turn your life over to Christ and rest in Him.
Shazel
This series is like a breath of fresh air! I read it in preparation of recommending it to my daughter. I think she will enjoy the series immensely!
Ral
This book was so predictable. I really enjoyed it. at night time I would sneak and read it because it was so exciting. Every girl ages nine and older should read it. It tells of how Good and forgiving God really is
Undeyn
Well into her senior year of high school, Laurel Shadrach thought she finally had her life in order. Her new boyfriend, strong Christian Foster McDowell, was everything her ex, pretentious jock Branson Price, was not. However, in TOTALLY FREE, the second book in Stephanie Perry Moore's series, Laurel finds the actions of those around her quickly diverting her from the straight path she had hoped to be on.

As the book opens, Laurel is enjoying a Christmas phone call from Foster when she hears commotion downstairs. She is shocked to see her younger brother, Lance, lying on the ground in a pool of blood. Laurel quickly realizes that alcohol was the culprit. Lance had decided to sample everything from their grandfather's bar, and fell down on a broken glass. Laurel rushes him to the emergency room and hesitantly agrees to tell their parents a version of the story that will keep her brother out of trouble. However, as the book continues, Lance proceeds further down his destructive path of drinking. When Laurel realizes that he has also been spending thousands of dollars (which he does not even have) gambling on sporting events, she begins to recognize that she is actually harming her brother by continually covering for him.

To make matters worse, Laurel's eclectic circle of friends continues to give her headaches and test her faith. Although she has forgiven best friend Brittany for her romance with Branson, their relationship continues to be strained. However, Laurel finds that she must be a constant source of support when Brittany receives devastating news. Then there's her confusing relationship with Branson. Although she finds a spiritual companion in Foster, there is still a lingering attraction to her ex-boyfriend that she must contend with. As she comforts him while he waits for the results of a life-altering test, Foster becomes increasingly jealous. However, a tragic accident brings everything to light --- Lance's drinking problem and Laurel's true feelings. With these events giving her a new perspective on life, Laurel finally realizes who she is truly meant to be with.

Fans of Moore's fiction will greet TOTALLY FREE with much enthusiasm. From the first page to the last, it is chock full of the excitement that is a staple of her novels. By the same token, the book can seem at times a bit over the top. From car accidents to drinking binges, from AIDS scares to a school shooting, it perhaps packs in a bit too much drama, leaving the reader unable to focus on a single bigger issue. That said, TOTALLY FREE does a great job of addressing issues that other YA novels don't, such as a young teen's addiction to alcohol and gambling. All in all, it is an enjoyable read, with a surprise ending that will leave readers eager to get their hands on the next installment of the series.

--- Reviewed by Jennifer Crosby
Stonewing
This book was horrible. I laughed my way through it. Marijuana, alcohol, gambling, HIV/AIDS, school shooting, cheating girlfriends, car accidents, unfaithful hearts, sleazy ex-boyfriends, sex out of wedlock... you name it, it was in this book. I'm sure the author's heart is in the right place, but this book tried to be a great Christian fiction novel for teenage girls and failed. It was so chaotic that any grains of spirituality or important lessons were completely lost. Laurel's attempts to "get right with God" or return to faithfulness are superficial, extremely short lived (a paragraph, at most), and are so quickly forgotten that if you weren't reading closely, you'd never know that this was supposed to be a Christian book. If Laurel Shadrack is supposed to be an inspiration or role model for young girls, she needs to seriously change in the later books of this series. Although the author clearly admires Robin Jones Gunn, this series is nothing compared to the Christy Miller series. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone, unless they were looking for a good laugh.
FRAY
This book was good, but it was a bit hectic, as one of the previous reviewers mentioned. Alcoholism was the only problem that I felt like was addressed in any depth, but being at a point in my life where many of my friends are starting to drink it was good to see how Christians can help those that face this struggle. It was also a good reminder that drinking is a temptation like any other temptation, gambling, guys, lying, etc, and that we do all need each other and God to help us be free from those temptations. This book was definitely meant for a younger crowd, maybe junior high or early high school, but still had a message that spoke to me as a college student.
Malarad
This is a very well written book that tells what can really happen in high school. The book does get a bit hetic at times, but that is what high school is really like. Everytime you think you have it all right something goes wrong. I enjoyed that this book shows that. LOaurel truly wants to do the right thing and gets caught in the middle of every ones problems. I think this is a series that every girl should read. It shows you that even though can get crazy God is always there to even it all out.