What is the theme of this book?

Cze Ger Asked: What is the theme of this book?

The title is called Code Name: Cassandra
The summary is here:
was dubbed "Lightning Girl" by the press when she developed a psychic ability to find missing children after she was struck by lightning during a huge storm. Now Jess has lost her miraculous powers…or at least she would like the media and the government to think so. All she wants is to be left alone.

But it doesn't look like Jess is going to get her wish — especially not while working at a summer camp for musically gifted kids. When the father of a missing girl shows up to beg Jess to find his daughter, Jess can't say no. Now the Feds are on her tail again, as is one ornery stepdad, who'd like to see Lightning Girl…well, dead.


BabyPanda134 Answered:
Fantasy cos its not real 🙂

Mary Jozebelle Answered:
you're asking for a theme, right? not a genre…

i'm not sure because im also weak in identifying a theme.. but i think it's something like… Each gift has it's consequences. and all of your skills must only be used for the good.

Barking Toad Answered:
No, they're not dangerous. Just stupid.

Fascist asskicker Answered:
It means the psychic is scamming you,so yes,they are dangerous to your wealth.

gracie Answered:
No but they do cause impressionable people to give their money to scammers. Tarot is tommyrot, don't waste your money – no one can predict the future, not even the weatherman gets it right all the time.

Yes Michael Fish circa 1987, I'm looking at you.

Boracay Beach Answered:
Yes, its dangerous.

royal Answered:
might be.Because they are just cards,no more.I don't believe that cards.They are just for fun.If you really believe that cards,you might be dangerous.Because you will not know what you can do or change.

Yes they are very dangerous.

Have NOTHING to do with any form of spiritism as this is the workings of Satan the Devil and his Demons, it is just one of the many tools the Devil uses to turn us against Jehovah God.

Here is what the Bible has to say at GALATIANS 5:19-21

19 Now the works of the flesh are manifest, and they are fornication, uncleanness, loose conduct, 20 idolatry, PRACTICE OF SPIRITISM, enmities, strife, jealousy, fits of anger,contentions,divisions, sects, 21 envies, drunken bouts, revelries, and things like these. As to these things I am forewarning YOU, that those who practice such things will not inherit God's Kingdom.


31 Do not turn yourselves to the spirit mediums, and do not consult professional foretellers of events, so as to become unclean by them. I am Jehovah YOUR God.

sparkydy Answered:
Dangerous?Only if you get one stuck in your eye.

Matrix Fan Answered:
it means thanks for easy twenty dollars ;).

Only dangerous if you actually have the talent for that sort of second sight. You have to give accurate readings or scam your client into believing your vague babble.

Lindy Answered:
The Bible gives the answer atActs 16:16-19. A a certain servant girl in the city of Philippi, used to furnish her masters with much gain by practicing the art of prediction.
The account plainly says that the source of her predictions was, not God, but a demon of divination, a wicked spirit.
Something to think about before you make a decision.
Have a good day.

Richard Answered:
Do you think that something that God directly condemns in his inspired Word could help you? Actually, fortune-telling could do considerable harm. How so?
One reason is given in The World Book Encyclopedia: Such a belief may rob a person of trust in himself and his own ability. He may begin to look on himself as a pawn of fortune who cannot change his fate. He then may lose ambition.
More importantly, since fortune-telling involves the use of uncanny power, which God condemns, it brings His disfavor, making a person detestable to Jehovah, preventing him from having an acceptable relationship with God. (Deut. 18:12) Moreover, the Bible associates prediction of the future by fortune-tellers with the influence of demons. Dabbling in fortune-telling can open up one to harassment from the invisible realm.
No genuine good, therefore, can come from seeking the guidance of fortune-tellers or reading literature designed to help people to develop psychic powers. Christians do well to follow the example of persons of the first century C.E. whom the Lord Jesus Christ favored because they did not get to know the deep things of Satan.Rev. 2:24.
For those who may already be involved in practices like fortune-telling, the Bible contains the following helpful example: Many of those who had become believers would come and confess and report their practices openly. Indeed, quite a number of those who practiced magical arts brought their books together and burned them up before everybody. (Acts 19:18, 19) People who became Christians made a clean break from such practices.
Fortune-tellers with their psychic abilities cannot help you to know God and his requirements for acceptable worship. Nor can they provide sound guidance for everyday life and a sure hope for the future. That information is found only in the Holy Bible, which is truly inspired of God. (2Tim. 3:16; Ps. 119:105; Isa. 46:10) It is study of the Word of God, therefore, and not the consulting of fortune-tellers, that will truly help you in your life.

synopsis Answered:
If you are dumb enough – anything can be a tool for self-deception.

Are you dumb enough?

William Answered:
Do not muck around with the Tarot!Stick to astrology, it's safe and the Tarot is NOT!

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