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Three (Thr3e)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2013


    This book wasn't badly written, just very predictable. I had the plot guessed within the first 5 chapters

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  • Posted March 30, 2010

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    Promising thriller with a disappointing end

    I started out rather enjoying this book, despite a writing style that felt---to me, at least---a little stilted and occasionally awkward. The characters were interesting, if not complex, and the situation in which they found themselves was definitely intriguing. I enjoyed myself, in fact, until about the last 100 pages. It was at that point that I realized the finale I hoped for was not going to occur. Instead I found a cop-out...and a bludgeon of vaguely Christian allegory. Peculiar, considering the rest of the book more or less lacked any Christian-related issues or themes. And the threads left dangling at the end? I don't even want to think about those....

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  • Posted March 1, 2009

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    I did it Better!

    I am a screenwriter and have written a story similar to this and I feel I was able to pull it off 10 times better than Dekker did. If it ever gets recognized be sure to check it out, it's called Lamb Of Persia.

    Now onto the review....

    This book had great reviews and I was pretty excited about starting it. Half-way through I started losing interest. The characters were very boring and I felt like Dekker was just moving very slowly. I felt I had a good idea what he was doing so I kept reading just to see if I was right ~ I ended up being mostly right. Dekker did a good job at closing the story but man was it hard to keep reading till the conclusion. I felt his characters were very one dimensional and he did not stay in sync with the theme of the story. I believe he was trying to be Politically Correct by not mentioning God throughout the book, even though the story's theme was Good vs. Evil and the main toon was in seminary school. In addition to this, the end was all brought together frim a minor character rather than one of the four main toons.

    I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone but I gave it two stars because Dekker did pull the ending together rather well, therefore, it was not a total waste.

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