Circle Series 4-in-1 (The Circle 0-3)
Four novels. Two worlds. One Story.
Enter an adrenaline-laced epic where dreams and reality collide.
Black - An incredible story of evil and rescue, betrayal and love, and a terrorist threat unlike anything the human race has ever known. A virulent evil has been unleashed upon the people of Earth. The only man who can stop it is Thomas Hunter, an unlikely hero whose life is...more
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Rarer still the story that captures heart, soul, and mind...leaving the reader forever transformed.
This is that story.
Dive deep and enter the Circle.
The Circle is an epic story of evil and rescue, betrayal and love, and terrorist threat unlike anything the human race has ever known.
It beings when a man named Thomas hunter finds himself being chased down an alley after working the late shift at a coffee house. When a bullet...more
Finished reading the second of the novels in this volume: Red. The heroes in the story fight staggering odds to save both realities. Nothing is certain and there are many trials. I am...more
What I see as sometimes bleak and sad, is that I have allowed something so personally passionate...more
Overall, well written young-adult, Christian fiction. It is somewhere along the lines of Narnia meets the Lord of the Rings....a fantasy thril...more
The story is fast paced for the most part and I got through the whole series in about two weeks. I am assuming (but too lazy to look) that this set is the one wi...more
At nearly 1600 pages, this single book comprises four novels in an omnibus edition along with the original ending to Green, which is the last book. There is also a short interview with the author.
In our world, his name is Thomas Hunter; in the other realm he is known as Thomas of Hunter. When he dreams in either reality, he enters the other and time never travels at the same speed between.
In one world, he saves humanity from the Raison Strain, an air-born...more
The second, "Red," was probably 4 stars... I started getting annoyed that the main characters kept dying and coming back to life via various different devices.
By the third book, "White," I stopped reading entirely because there were too many "deus ex machina" (the gods came down to save them) kinds of scenarios... they get themselves into a mess and there's no way out, and then suddenly some completely unforeseen and unexplained eve...more
I Loved every minute of the 16 - 20 hours it takes to read. Gripping!
The last book - Green - Is the convergence of many of Ted Dekker's other books including the Paradise Trilogy. I personally preferred the original ending than the ending offered in this book though.