Danny Hansen
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  • 1
    The Priest's Graveyard | Ted Dekker

    The Priest's Graveyard

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By Ted Dekker
    • Narrated By Rebecca Soler, Henry Leyva
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (245)
    Performance
    (165)
    Story
    (162)

    Two abandoned souls are on the hunt for one powerful man. Soon, their paths will cross and lead to one twisted fate. Danny Hansen is a Bosnian immigrant who came to America with hopes of escaping haunted memories of a tragic war that took his mother's life. Now he's a priest who lives by a law of love and compassion. It is powerful men and hypocrites who abide by legal law but eschew the law of love that most incense Danny. As an avenging angel, he believes it is his duty to show them the error of their ways, at any cost. Renee Gilmore is the frail and helpless victim of one such powerful man....

    Excellent idea. Poor execution.

    In an attempt to explore some wonderful themes (justice, vengeance, love and grace in regard to religious belief and societal laws), the Priest's Grav..Show More »

    Reviewed on April 29 2011 by Jerry (Stockton, CA)
  • 2
    The Sanctuary | Ted Dekker

    The Sanctuary

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 1 min)
    • By Ted Dekker
    • Narrated By Henry Leyva, Rebecca Soler
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (169)
    Performance
    (157)
    Story
    (157)

    The Sanctuary is the gripping story of vigilante priest, Danny Hansen, who is now serving a 50 year prison term in California for the murder of two abusive men. Filled with remorse, Danny is determined to live out his days by a code of non-violence and maneuvers deftly within a ruthless prison system. But when Renee Gilmore, the woman he loves, receives a box containing a bloody finger and draconian demands from a mysterious enemy on the outside, Danny must find a way to escape.

    Sent Shivers up My Spine

    Prisons will break a man's spirit. 23 hours a day in a cell with very little positive social contact. The very thought is enough to keep me on the str..Show More »

    Reviewed on November 05 2012 by Keith (Arlington, TN, United States)