The race to recover the lost Books of History is becoming more difficult. When Billos's quest for power leads him to separate from the others, he disappears into one of the volumes. And Darsal risks everything they've worked for in order to find him! A gripping finale to Dekker's alternative reality thrillers for ages 12 and up. 288 pages, hardcover from Nelson.
This is not my kind of book at all, however, I have not been able to put this book nor the rest of the series down. Ted Dekker has a way in all of his books (that I have read so far) of holding you until you final find out how the story is going to end. GREAT WRITER..
Totally thrilling and enjoyable. Join Johnis and Silvie as they search desperately for Kasas, Darsal, and the remaining Lost Books in our world! The beginning is totally funny as Johnis and Silvie learn to drive a " Cherry Chevy" and discover Snickers, shotguns, and the net. Get ready for great book by Dekker
This book seems, to me, a pathetic attempt to recover from the bomb that book three in this series was. It was strange and rather foolish to me, and I really love fantasy books!. I returned my copy and got my money back. Two words for you out there thiking of buying this book - don't bother.
Book # 4 (Chaos) in the Lost Book series is my second favorite book next to Chosen. I loved Chaos because of the 2 different time periods that mix together. First of all the characters in the book get confused on what to do when they are in the 21st century and it makes the reader think themselves smarter than the hero.
This finale to the Lost books was not only amazing, but just stunning. I would have never guess it ended as it did, and once again I admire Dekker, and realize how blessed he is with writing. This book was amazing! If you haven't read any of his other books before, I heartily encourage you to do so. It's worth it!
This series is so exciting, a really good read! Surprisingly, though, God's (or Elyon's) love is pretty much absent and disobedience is practically necessary to the "mission," so you might want to discuss this with your teenager who may read these books.
I got the Lost Book series for my boys, but I wound up reading them before they did. What a great series for young readers. Ted Dekker truly is a great writer to be able to hold the attention of adults as well as kids. This is a must read for your tweens.
All I have to say is you finish the book and the first word that comes to mind is WOW! I definitely enjoyed it. Even if you aren't into fantasy this book with leave you at the edge of your seat and wanting more.
The whole "Lost Books" series is awsome. It really provides a lot of answers to questions raised in The Circle Trilogy and The Paradise Series. Even though they are listed as juvenile fiction, these books are great for all ages.
Black Red and White are the best books ever written, and now with this new series of four books all the pieces are coming together! I highly recommend these if you want to travel back into the world of the forests and learn more about The Great Romance!