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Black by Ted Dekker
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Oct 16, 08

bookshelves: q1-2008

Text to Text: This book is alike others I have through the action that is presented in "our world". I have read many books that include the end of the word due to some virus or plague, but in the "dream world", the other world that is also a reality, it is unlike anything I have read, thus captivating me.

Text to Self: The main charecter, Thomas Hunter, has potential to do something great, but keeps coming up with reasons to not become motivated. I think that is something that I have in common with him. He is always doing something, it just is not productive, and again, I view myself in a similar light.

Text to World: One theme, besides the obvious religion one, is that humanity is very delicate, and that it can be destroyed really easily. This is very true in our world, and I do not think many people realize how fine a balance we live on, and we have become so desensitized to any type of threat, and think we are invicible.

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