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  • Jeff Savin

    Started: 1/25/14 Finished: 2/4/14 Another great one from my favorite Christian author. Ted weaves the essence of good vs. evil in a heart-pounding thriller that will make any father weep, not from feeling the character's physical pain, but his emotional anguish at not doing right by his daughter. This didn't get read in a day or two only because I was on the road with very minimal reading time. Still, it was hard to put down!

  • Peggy Merritt

    Ted Dekker-anything by him is worth reading.

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When I go to the beach...ah, how I'd love to go today...I like to have a Ted Dekker book with me.

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Skin by Ted Dekker, well any of Dekker's books are worth a shot.

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