[quote="erine, post:1, topic:260354"]
many of these books are heavily into dark, occult, and paranormal subjects. It's so frustrating!
I know!!! :banghead: I heartily agree, it is hard to find good books let alone catholic ones!!!
It can be difficult, but you need to know where to look;).
I dont know your age or what kind of genre of book you like or dislike, or if you are a historical fiction fan like me :D but here are some of my favorite books or links to some good sites.
Historical Fiction (catholic stories or church history)
The Ides Of April
By Mary Ray
and its sequel
Beyond The Desert Gate
Between the Forest and the Hills
By Ann Lawrence
Victory On The Walls
A Story Of Nehemiah
By Frieda Clark Hyman
Historical Fiction (Catholic Apologetics)
I LOVE these they really show strong catholic virtues
Red Falcons Of Tremoine
By Hendry Peart
Outlaws of Ravenhurst
by Sister M. Imelda
Historical Fiction (Fun Reading)
Year Of The Black Pony
by Walt Morey
The Texas Panhandle series
By Loula Grace Erdman
Its a bit of a romantic series but there are no problems in it.
The Borrowed House
By Hilda Van Stockum
its a WW II story
anything by Hilda Van Stockum
The Letzenstein Chronicles
I haven't read them but I heard they are great
By Meriol Trevor
A Philadelphia Catholic in King James Court
By Martin Kennedy
see...Historical fiction (Catholic apologetics)
Lord of the Rings
It really is a catholic book!
The Chronicles of Narnia
Regina Doman's books are great she has a whole series, they are fairy tales retold with modern day twist.
Here are some others I haven't read yet
links were i get most of my books....
Try getting these from your library, if you like any of these let me know I can get you some more titles.