Renegade (Lost Books Series #3)

Renegade (Lost Books Series #3)

by Ted Dekker
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Renegade (Lost Books Series #3) by Ted Dekker

One of the chosen has gone renegade.

Turning his back on all that he once believed, Billos does the forbidden and enters into a Book of History. He lands in a reality as foreign to him as water is to oil—a place called Paradise, Colorado. He has strange new powers given to him courtesy of a mysterious figure known as Marsuvees Black.

The chosen four have survived the desert, escaped the Black Forest, battled the Horde, and added a spirited refugee to their number. But nothing has prepared them for the showdown that Billos, the renegade, is luring them into.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781595548610
Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
Publication date: 04/13/2010
Series: Lost Books Series , #3
Pages: 278
Sales rank: 260,256
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.90(d)
Lexile: 640L (what's this?)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author


Since 1997, Ted Dekker has written full-time. He states that each time he writes, he finds his understanding of life and love just a little clearer and his expression of that understanding a little more vivid. Dekker's body of work includes Heaven's Wager, When Heaven Weeps, Thunder of Heaven, Blessed Child, A Man Called Blessed, Blink, Thr3e, The Circle Series: Black, Red, White, Green (a prequel), and Obsessed.

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Renegade (Lost Books Series #3) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 43 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kind of confusing but really good
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The_hibernators More than 1 year ago
Not Dekker's best When Bilos betrays the team and disappears into the Books, Johnis, Silvie, and Darsal must rescue him. This is a really difficult book for me to review. I’m a huge fan of Ted Dekker, and I’m reading these books because they seem to be the glue that holds together his loosely related books: The Circle Trilogy, The Paradise Trilogy, and the stand-alone book Skin. However, I feel that this series of books suffers from two fatal flaws: 1) Dekker’s trying to be too clever and 2) Dekker’s hammering us over the head with a Message. The other series make sense on their own, this series does not. It’s wildly jumping around from unreal concept to unreal concept, without enough explanation or continuity. The ONLY reason I have an inkling of what’s going on is because I’ve read the other books. And that’s not as it should be. Furthermore, Dekker’s Message is much less subtle in this book than it is in his other works (possibly since this one was meant for teenagers), and the story gets lost in its Message at time. I will continue through this series because I want to know what happens for the sake of the other series. But I’m no longer enjoying it.
bikrgran More than 1 year ago
Book 3 of Lost Books Series finds Billos (1 of the 4 teens on the quest) going renegade, and finding himself in an alternate reality. Johnis, Silvie and Darsal are left with two books but now Darsal has gone renegade in her frantic hunt for Billos. They have added the converted Hord child, Karas, to their group, not intentionally, but because she thinks Darsal is her Aunt, and refuses to be left behind. Here we find Billos being tempted and swayed by power, through a virtual reality game, although he doesn't realize/know that's what it is. This book finds the team with another book, but at what cost!
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This book is very interesting. It lost me a little bit in the middle of the story but I still enjoyed reading it.
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