Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Three: Another Book Review

I love finding a book that I just have to devour. A long, wordy text that I am physically unable to put down.

Ted Dekker had been a novelist that I was hesitant to read, if simply for the fact that he's a 'Christian' writer as opposed to being a 'writer who is a Christian.' Trust me, there's a difference. Anyway, I got this book for free yesterday donated at the office and available for anyone to grab. So I grabbed it and I just couldn't put it down.



I won't tell you what other stories it rather reminds me of, because that would ruin it for you, but it was a great blend of suspense, action and mind games.

It was a great, fun read and well worth my time curled up on the couch!

7 comments:

heather said...

cool! i love it when i find a "Christian" novel that is actually good... :)

Jean said...

Is this the one that starts with the guy driving in his car and he gets a phone call saying that his cars going to explode in 5 minutes?
When Heaven Weeps was good and very eye opening to how we would respond with our faith in life/death situations. That was one of his first books.

Radioactive Jam said...

I don't mean to put pressure on you or anything, but you are now *the* book source.

Have you read any of Ray Blackston's books?

Scrapnqueen said...

Thanks for that! I'm always on the lookout for read-worthy material, too!

Frannie Farmer said...

I am absolutely putting it on my ever growing MUST READ list ...
Merry Christmas!
Frannie

rod said...

Read his Black, White, Red triology for a great read. I think it is his best book(s), I have read a bunch of his stuff.

anne said...

I was thinking about that series, Rod. Yesterday I finished Blink, which was really good too!