Twenty minutes later Daniel is resuscitated, only to be haunted by those 20 missing minutes.
It soon becomes painfully clear that the only way to stop Eve is to recover those missing minutes by dying...again. What isn't nearly as clear is just how many times he will have to die to discover the truth, not only about Eve, but about himself. Daniel will have to face haunting realities about demon possession in the modern world - and reevaluate his prejudice against religion - to stop Eve.
©2008 Ted Dekker; (P)2008 Oasis Audio
If I could refund this I would. This was the book of the month in my book club, I thought I would like it, because I am in love with Dexter and other serial killer/ crime shows, but this is so poorly written and planed out I couldn't even finish it.
I love Dekker's book, and have read or listened to a great majority of them; but I must confess this was the best one EVER! Any further said would destroy the magnificence of this book. I highly recommend it!
I actually haven't read the book, but boy the audio is incredible!
Choosing a favorite character is a tough call to make. They all have a certain 'depth' to them.
I was particularly moved by the sacrifice and love that drove Heather and Jessica.
This riveting tale kept me at the edge of my seat and gave me reason to ponder. The birth place of evil is many a time innocuous-or perhaps, appears so to untrained eyes.
I'm not sure I could call this book enjoyable. It was very intense and thought provoking. It made one think about the nature of evil and how we relate to it. Dekker is very talented in that he combined both a riveting story and a treatise on evil in one book.
The narrator was very good. I enjoyed his portrayal very much
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