The story of how Thomas Hunter first entered the Black Forest and forever changed our history began at a time when armies were gathered for a final battle in the valley of Migdon. Green is a story of love, betrayal, and sweeping reversals set within the apocalypse. It is the beginning: the truth behind a saga that has captured the imagination of more than a million readers with the Books of History Chronicles. But even more, Green brings full meaning to the Circle Series as a whole, as both prequel to Black and sequel to White, completing a full circle. This is Book Zero, the Circle Reborn, both the beginning and the end. The preferred starting point for new listeners - and the perfect climax for countless fans who have experienced Black, Red, and White. Unabridged. 12 CDs. 15 hours. Read by Tim Gregory.
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Customer Reviews for Green: Unabridged Audiobook on CD
Review 1 for Green: Unabridged Audiobook on CD
Date:December 31, 2009
I could not imagine while reading this book, after reading the first three in the series, how it could be read first or last in the series until the very end. Just like all of Ted Dekker's books there is a Ahhhhhhhhh, at the end of each book. I read Black, Red and White first and Green was a great ending to the three. These books are good visuals of good and evil as it might appear with the naked eye instead of in the spiritual realm. I have read the books more than once and enjoy them each time. Must read for an adventure.
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Review 2 for Green: Unabridged Audiobook on CD
Date:October 16, 2009
Green by Ted Dekker is essentially a story of good vs. evil. The main character is a man named Thomas Hunter, who has managed to travel into the future via his dreams. He has stayed in the future and has become a leader of a peaceful group of people who are about to have all their beliefs and ways of life challenged. Green is Book Zero in The Circle Series by Ted Dekker.This is a story of how in the future, our world will return to a more primal state, without all of the current technologies we use now in everyday life. I enjoyed the spiritual side to Dekkers tale, where he connects what we view now as Christianity to the religions of people in the future. I was, however, disappointed in the vague way Dekker referred to things that had apparently been previously explained in the prior books in The Circle Series. I had never read any other Dekker novels, and while the author assures you that Green can be read as either the beginning or the end of The Circle series, I would not recommend it as a starter to this series. Several times it felt as though something was being referenced to as though I would already know what the characters were talking about. Overall, I was intrigued by the storyline and am interested in reading other books in this series.