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The Circle Trilogy by Ted Dekker
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Sep 13, 2007

it was ok
bookshelves: sciencefiction
Read in March, 2007

The Circle trilogy consists of (duh) three books: Black, Red, and White. The books do not stand alone and should be read in order or the story won't make much sense. Thomas Hunter suddenly begins to live in two separate but related realities. When he sleeps in one reality, he wakes in the other. One reality is a modern world (ours) where an evil man plans to release an airborne virus, deadlier than Ebola, that will wipe out life on the planet. The alternate reality is a less modern society where good and evil are clearly visible (the evil creatures are ugly and diseased). Both worlds are in danger and it seems to be up to Thomas to save them. Parts of the story were quite captivating--the overall premise was interesting and there were some imaginative plot twists. However, the religious imagery got to be a bit much at times--it was kind of like a Bible story featuring Rambo, or maybe Dirty Harry, as the hero.

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