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In particular, he targets Cale Caldwell, who has a lovely wife, daughter, and a successful career. Now, Cale finds himself on the other side of the propaganda, and the stakes are his own life as well as his family's. Tim Down, hardcover, 312 pages.
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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2007
Someone wants you dead.
But he doesn't want to kill you . . .
He wants you to do it for him.
He watches your every move. He studies you like a mouse in a maze. He knows everything about youevery dream, hunger, weakness, and strength. What you long for and what you fear most. What you live for, and what you cannot live without. He plans to take those things away from you one at a time, invisibly manipulating the events of your life until there is nothing left to live for. Then he wants you to take the final step.
Or is it all in your head?
Is he just a figment of your irrational fear, a face you've given to your terrible misfortune? Everything you love is slipping away. You want to fight back but who, or what, do you fight against?
Let the head game begin.
Tim Downs is the author of nine novels including the Christy Award-winning PlagueMaker and the highly acclaimed series of Bug Man novels. Tim lives in North Carolina with his wife Joy. They have three grown children.
DyscypleSaint Albans, WVAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5September 25, 2010DyscypleSaint Albans, WVAge: 35-44Gender: femaleThis is a good book, making you want to read until it's done! Although there isn't anything technically Christian about it (it doesn't mention the Gospel), it's a great book without swearing or sex, with a wonderful example of selflessness. I recommend this book, for it's rare to come across a good book that doesn't have junk in it, even books that are supposedly Christian! This is a good one.
Laura4 Stars Out Of 5November 1, 2008LauraHead Game is the second book by Tim Downs that I have read and I've just started reading the Bug Man series. His characters are very well developed and his story lines are very intriguing.
T.E. George5 Stars Out Of 5September 10, 2007T.E. GeorgeTim Downs offers another psychological thriller that does not disappointed. Downs manages to drive home a deep spiritual point without ever preaching anything. In Plague Maker, Downs dealt with forgiveness and Head Game he confronts pride. Down also avoids the increasingly annoying habit of leaning on gratuitous violence as a crutch for a good story.