This is book one in the Ted Dekker series called "The Lost Books." Going along with the theme of Dekker's "Circle" books, this one takes place entirely in the parallel world of Thomas Hunter that the "Circle" books introduce you to. I don't feel that the plot of this story is as detailed and spell-binding as the "Circle" books, but a good read, none the less. I don't think I would have enjoyed it as much if I hadn't already read each of the "Circle" books (called Black, Red, and White) by this author, and I'm looking forward to reading the sequels in this particular series of "The Lost Books."
I'm not sure what I think about this book. I sit here and feel that there is so much to ponder beyond what was written. The story itself is fast paced and you must pay attention for one thing happens after another in a perfect harmony. The characters are great and lovable, while the villains are very much the opposite as should be. I can tell from reading this story that there is so much more in Ted's mind of what is going on and I'm curious about more related books to see what more I can delve from this world. It appears that there is more than one world, and more than one series that connects and I'm curious to learn more.