Help: I need a good Christian Book for summer reading?

This is the requirments the book has to meet.. Help me find one I cant find any books that meet the requirments that are Christian,

You may read novels by the following authors. There is no restriction as to when they were first published:

Thomas Hardy

Edith Wharton

Jane Austen

John Steinbeck

James Michener

Charlotte Bronte

Ernest Hemingway

William Faulkner

George Eliot

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Alice Walker

Louisa May Alcott

Mark Twain

Charles Dickens

Emily Bronte

You may read books written by the following authors; however they must have been published from 1995 - present:

NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FOR NONFICTION:

Annette Gordon-Reed

Tim Weiner

Timothy Egan

Joan Didion

Kevin Boyle

Carlos M. N. Eire

Robert A. Caro

Andrew Solomon

Nathaniel Philbrick

John W. Dower

Edward Ball

Joseph J. Ellis

James Carroll

Tina Rosenberg

THE HUGO AWARD FOR SCIENCE FICTION

Vernor Vinge

Robert Charles Wilson

Susanna Clarke

Lois McMaster Bujold

Robert Sawyer

Neil Gaiman

Connie Willis

Joe Haldeman

Kim Stanley Robinson

Neal Stephenson

THE EDGAR AWARD FOR MYSTERY FICTION AND NONFICTION

John Hart

Jason Goodwin

Jess Walter

T. Jefferson Parker

Ian Rankin

S. J. Rozan

Joe R. Lansdale

Jan Burke

Robert Clark

James Lee Burke

Thomas H. Cook

Dick Francis

Mary Willis Walker

READER'S CHOICE AWARD

Rick Riordan

Jodi Lynn Anderson

Eoin Colfer

Terry Pratchett

Christopher Paolini

K. L. Going

Gordon Koman

Nancy Farmer

Ann Brashares

Gordon Korman

Joan Bauer

Carolyn Meyer

William Sleator

Mel Glenn

Eve Bunting

Karen Cushman

Caroline B. Cooney

Lois Lowry

Lois Duncan

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I love Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

    and im currently reading Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

    and so far i really really like it (:

  • 1 decade ago

    C. S. Lewis who's famous for the Chronicles of Narnia wrote a few good "christian" books.

    The Screwtape Letters- Through a series of letters a demon named Screwtape talks to his nephew about the proper way to damn someone. The novel mainly talks about morality and human short comings.

    Mere Christianity- This is the written form of a series of Radio Broadcasts C. S. Lewis did about why he believed in God.

    The Great Divorce- A book I didn't read, but it's essentially C. S. Lewis' version of the Divine Comedy.

    Anyhow because I went to a parochial high school those are the books we had to read.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal by Christopher Moore

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The Shack by William P. Young. I haven't read it yet, but I've heard that it changed lives

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