This was the second book I read by Ted Dekker, and it blew me away. It kept me reading well into the night because I just had to see what happened next. At first, I admit I was unsatisfied with the ending. But the more I thought about it, the more I realized it was the right way to go, as it raises some interesting questions and topics about good and evil. Overall, a thrilling, engaging read....I highly recommend it!
This book grabbed my attention from the start with several explosive situations that had me yearning for more. This fast pace book kept me on the edge of my chair reading as fast as I could. The conclusion was one that I never could have imagined, and according to my co-workers who have read this, neither could they. Ted Dekkar has me yearning to read more of his books. If this is any example of his work, he has a new fan base.
I have read many of Tedd Dekker's books and my favorite is the Circle Trilogy. I was very disappointed with Three. I did not like it at all and unfortunately I saw the movie version and it left me with nightmares. If three is the first Tedd Dekker book you have read don't give up hope he has other really good novels to choose from. Sorry Tedd.
It started strange in the beginning but got to be a very interesting read, but toward the end, well, it ended strange. It was my first Ted Dekker book that I had read. It just disappointed me on the ending, that's the reason for me only giving it 3 1/2 stars. Otherwise it was an interesting read.
This was the first book I ever read by Ted Dekker. I was totally engulfed in the story line and just when I thought I had things figured out, another twist in the story would pop up. This was one book I could barely lay down. The theological ideas presented were very thought provoking as well. I have since bought the movie, Three, though I have not watched it yet.