Green by Ted Dekker is essentially a story of good vs. evil. The main character is a man named Thomas Hunter, who has managed to travel into the future via his dreams. He has stayed in the future and has become a leader of a peaceful group of people who are about to have all their beliefs and ways of life challenged. Green is Book Zero in The Circle Series by Ted Dekker.This is a story of how in the future, our world will return to a more primal state, without all of the current technologies we use now in everyday life. I enjoyed the spiritual side to Dekkers tale, where he connects what we view now as Christianity to the religions of people in the future. I was, however, disappointed in the vague way Dekker referred to things that had apparently been previously explained in the prior books in The Circle Series. I had never read any other Dekker novels, and while the author assures you that Green can be read as either the beginning or the end of The Circle series, I would not recommend it as a starter to this series. Several times it felt as though something was being referenced to as though I would already know what the characters were talking about. Overall, I was intrigued by the storyline and am interested in reading other books in this series.