Again, just to clarify, this is a review for the graphic novel of Red. If you want to read my review of the regular novel, click here. Mikil tells Thomas Hunter that she dreamed about Kara Hunter, Thomas' sister from the other world. She tells Thomas that he died there, which explains why he hasn't dreamed about earth in thirteen months. Mikil insists that without his help, the Raison Strain will be released. Thomas remembers the blank book and writes a quick story that ends with Thomas Hunter coming back to life. In France, Thomas awakes on a gurney with a white sheet draped over him. Not only is he alive, but the blank book of history came with him. This sets off the third and final book in the Circle Trilogy of graphic novels. The race is on for Thomas to try and stop the spread of the Raison Strain from killing all but a select few of the world's population. And in the future world, Thomas falls in love with a scab. In graphic novel form, this story goes by really quickly, but I felt this third book was easiest to follow for someone unfamiliar with the series. Ted Dekker is brilliant the way he weaves the plots of both worlds together. Thomas knows and loves Elyon and Justin in the future world, and he seeks to find the truth of that same creator on earth. This was the perfect ending to the series. I love Dekker's creativity and pacing. It's non-stop action that comes down to one man's choice to save the world or save himself. As mentioned in my reviews of the Black and Red graphic novels, White is a bit gory with its fight scenes, but it's a comic book. To read my review of the Black graphic novel, click here. To read my review of the Red graphic novel, click here. Also, check out the interactive Web site for the graphic novel series here: http://www.thecircletrilogy.com/.