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Author: Ted Dekker
Stephen Friedman is making a good living in good times. He's just an ordinary guy. Or so he thinks. But one day an extraordinary piece of information tells him differently. It's a clue from the grave of a Holocaust survivor. A clue that makes him heir to an incredible fortune . . . a clue that only he and one other man can understand. That man...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781595540782
ISBN-10: 1595540784
Publication Date: 1/31/2006
Pages: 400
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 41 ratings
Publisher: WestBow Press
Book Type: Paperback
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This was my first Ted Dekker book and I must say I was quite impressed. A very "dark" read for those of you that like that type of genre. I could hardly put it down. You will enjoy this book very much!
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As in a lot of Ted Dekker books it has a tendency to go on a bit. But even at that it is interesting and a different concept.
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This book, as with all of Ted Dekker's books, is full of suspense, urging you to continue to the next chapter & then the next. This story connects present day America to prople & a consentration camp (Torun) in a Nazi controlled area of Poland. This is a must read!!!
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This seemed different to me than the other Dekker novels I have read. Interesting, a bit slower, but different. Maybe the topic of obsession just didn't connect with me or I just did not connect with characters as well as I have in the past but I had a hard time staying in sync with the choices made by almost all of the characters. It just didn't seem feasible.
That being said, this still ends up as an entertaining story...though you have to wait it out until the very end...and I do appreciate the point that he comes around to on how much God loves us. It doesn't take a long time to get through it, and if you like Dekker, then it is probably worth it. Otherwise, I might opt for something else.