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BoneMan's Daughters by Ted Dekker
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Mar 09, 2011

it was ok
bookshelves: christian-fiction, thriller-crime, thriller-suspense
Read from December 20 to 28, 2011

I am probably one of the many who came to this book as a fan of the Circle quadrology. That being said, his narrative is off in this one. The character of BoneMan never reaches the really creepy-crawly factor of his other evil antagonist. However, there are times of harried suspense coupled alongside paternal sincerity. (view spoiler)

if this will be your first forrey into mystery/suspense I is a great place to start. If you've read Patterson, Meltzer, or Grisham skip this one and more on to another.

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Reading Progress

12/20/2011 page 13
12/22/2011 page 46
11.0% "Still good so far. Interesting premise of using aNaval Intelligence officer as the protag but putting him in a Fallujah sweatbox during the opening. Hmm…"
12/26/2011 page 223
56.0% "Great but a little repetitive."
12/27/2011 page 313
78.0% "I'm starting to see why others liked it but began to lose interest by the end of the book. Still to repetitive at times, almost seems like filler. Without that it would probably be around 100pgs shorter."
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