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Chasing Prophecy by [Moser, James]
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Editorial Reviews

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"A stellar read for teens and adults, full of hilarious growing pains, tenderness, and a few surprises.  Every page ripples . . . ."
--Kirkus Reviews
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"I cannot stop gushing about this book. Without hesitation, I recommend this."  
--Kristen Noel
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"(These words) will stay with me long after reading this book."
--Character Connection Book Reviews  
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"A very imaginative coming of age story, the ending was particularly beautiful.  These kids . . . I am so happy to have gone on their journey with them."
--Live a Thousand Lives Reviews

From the Author

Boo Radley is my all-time-fave book character.   I wrote Chasing Prophecy for him.  
     

Product Details

  • File Size: 2915 KB
  • Print Length: 294 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Vista (USA) LLC (July 29, 2014)
  • Publication Date: July 29, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HLTBDZ4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,468 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I enjoyed this book. It was a quick, easy read with very likable characters. Mo was super sweet and the type of person I'd like to have as a friend. He was true to his friends, as were they true to him. They really had each other's backs. I also loved how supporting all the parents in this story were. Mo's momz were great. They believed and trusted him and never got angry about the trouble he'd found himself in, they just stepped up and did all they could to help him make it right again. It was nice to see a good, respectful relationship between a teen and his parents.
This story had so much going on (commune/cult, school, drugs, romance, courtroom, bigfoot, bullying, etc.) that I found myself wondering if it would all come together in the end. It did - and in a wonderful way. When I read the last page I found myself smiling with satisfaction and contentment.
Chasing Prophecy had a wonderful mix of adventure, humor, drama, and suspense. It even had some old school charm which reminded me of a good ol' summer day. I think young and old alike could enjoy this book.
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What an enjoyable book! Chasing Prophecy is one of the few books that I've read lately from a male's PoV, and it was a refreshing change of pace for me. This story surpasses the usual offerings of YA fiction. It easily carves out it's own place in the genre as a standout coming of age read.

What I enjoyed most about Chasing Prophecy was the characters. I felt like I connected to all of them so well. The way that Jim wrote them made them feel like real people that I actually cared about. As the events started to unfold in the book, I couldn't stop myself from devouring it because I wanted to make sure that Mo and Kazzy were okay. That's a rarity for me as most of you know that I read multiple books at a time. With Chasing Prophecy, I put my other reads on hold because I was so invested in the characters. Kazzy was my favorite character because of the connection I felt to her. It was very insightful to view her from Mo's point of view.

Jim definitely has a talent for writing, especially with the YA genre. His story flowed so well. Never did it feel clunky or tedious. There are several underlying themes that thread through the story in such an effortless way, and I enjoyed them immensely. The sprinkling of paranormal also adds a different edge to this book.

I feel like I cannot stop gushing about this book. Whenever I agreed to review this book, I never imagined that it would captivate my attention in the way that it has. Without hesitation, I recommend this book to all fans of the YA genre, teen or not.

**I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. My thanks to James Moser.
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This is a captivating tale of a teenage boy and his friends who encounter some unique challenges. Unlike many books in this genre, Mo, the main character,is not the typical tall dark and handsome high school quarterback. He is an average everyday guy who struggles with issues of self-confidence. I enjoyed his vulnerability, insight and killer sense of humor. The storyline hooked me from the very beginning. Even though this may be classified as paranormal, It was totally believable. I could not put it down and read it in one setting. But then again I may be biased because I played Scout in our high school production of "To Kill a Mockingbird", have stayed at a "hippie" commune, love hiking and camping, and am pretty sure I will eventually encounter a benevolent Bigfoot.
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This was quite an ambitious writing project - taking on cults versus communities, friendship and love, being "mainstream" versus being "unusual", and more. And Moser did all this without being heavy handed. He wrote a light-hearted serious book that opens a lot of topics for discussion, if you are so inclined.

The end of the story was a bit of a stretch but it was a forgivable stretch. I felt especially forgiving after reading his afterward where he described his inspirations for various aspects of this story.

I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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A wonderful coming-of-age story with some serious issues going on. The characters and story line are very realistic, and I even applaud the part Sasquatch had in it all. I look forward to the future works by this author. Recommend! I received this from the author for an honest review.
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Mo Kirkland tried to stay off the radar of bully Richard Handel at his school, but he was a short wimp and prayed for someone to help him evade the toliet that Richard planned to dump his head as the crowd cheered "SURF'S UP!" His best friend finally appeared to save him as well as the girl he had a crush on but dared not let her know, Cazzy or her cult name of Prophecy Bethlehem, How embarrassing when your best friend and crush had to save you!

James Moser spins an incredible story that most readers will enjoy about two teenagers getting caught up into being mules to carry meth into the United States by the cult's leaders son, Clean! Abel and Clean are determined to fight the government and prevent them from taking their land, but money has run out and they need a way to pay their high priced lawyers and keep the family together and Cazzy's mom is the unofficial bookkeeper that had to launder the money!
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