Ted Dekker has done it again. The Priest’s Graveyard is a hit out of the ballpark and into the hands of millions of readers. But what makes it so amazing? Ted Dekker has managed to create characters that we can feel, that we can understand and agree with, and characters that connect with the hearts and minds of every reader. Continue reading “The Priest’s Graveyard”
Bill Bright and Ted Dekker had a wonderful book in their hands from it’s inception. Blessed Child is a novel about a young boy named Caleb who is left in the care of one Jason Marker. Jason is a Peace Corps representative working in the heart of Ethiopia. He runs into Leiah, a Red Cross nurse who is covered in physical scars from her past, but it is Caleb that brings them together and Caleb that launches their adventure around the world. Something seems a bit different about Caleb, and when he comes to the U.S. with Jason unusual things begin to happen. Caleb has the heart and the faith of the child he is and when extraordinary powers begin to show through him he believes God is giving him this gift. Of course no one else can believe it is God and so Caleb is tested for his powers. Continue reading “Blessed Child by Ted Dekker”
The next part in The Circle by Ted Dekker is White, and for the most part it is the conclusion to the tale of Thomas Hunter. In White, Thomas faces his most difficult trials yet as not just one, but two worlds are facing an end. In our world Thomas is trying to keep war from breaking out all over the globe and the Raison Strain from ravaging what is left of the population. He must also face innumerable trials on other Earth as the Horde seeks to exterminate the remnant of the circle that is remaining. Those left alive are now known as the albinos and it is the Horde that now live in the forests. Most of all Thomas must know what it means for an albino to fall in love with Horde. Continue reading “The Circle Series 4-in-1 by Ted Dekker (Pt. 2)”
Ted Dekker‘s greatest books are finally together under one binding and they couldn’t look better! When you pick it up it has weight but is certainly lighter than if you were carrying around all of the books. Not that you would….or would you? It finally looks like an actual book of history with the leather thong and all.
Now all of that is nice and all, but Ted decided to make this particular edition extra special. THIS version of the circle books has an alternate ending, and yes you read that right. A new ending to the book series that so many fans have grown to love!
Ted Dekker’s book series began back in February of 2005 with a novel by the name of Black. Black is the tale of a man by the name of Thomas Hunter and his dreams, but these are no ordinary dreams Continue reading “The Circle Series 4-in-1 by Ted Dekker (Pt. 1 of 2)”
I recently read a short story by Kevin Kaiser, brand manager of Creative Trust and the man behind Ted Dekker. He is a very creative person and I thought it would be cool to share my thoughts on that short story that he wrote. It currently goes by the title of The Place and it really seems to be an exploration of the ideas of what a creative person is. What purposes an artisan has in the world of today and what purpose art has had throughout history.
The main character is not known by name but only by what he does. He is an artisan himself and he lives on the outskirts of a small village. He is woken one night by a small boy that wants to show him how to fly, how to be alive and extraordinary. Continue reading “The Place by Kevin Kaiser”
Tosca Lee thrilled me with her last book, Demon: A Memoir and now she enthralls me with her newest book Havah. This book elegantly tells the tale of a woman we all have heard of but know too little about. Tosca goes deep into the tale of Eve in this novel and tells the tale that was never told. Continue reading “Havah by Tosca Lee”