The world from Thomas Hunter’s dreams. Or are they?
Ted Dekker returns to Other Earth and The Circle Series, one of my favourite book series to this day.
Even though it’s been a number of years since Black, Red, White, and Green – The 49th Mystic has the exact same feeling when you read it.
Rachelle Matthews is the main character this time around. Born blind, they try to fix her sight, but what happens is so much more. When Thomas Hunter died, that was just the beginning.
This book is heart pounding from the first page to the last, just like any other Ted Dekker book and you’ll be transported back to the familiar places and the familiar characters we all know and love.
Ted Dekker writes with the same passion and intensity never wavers. You’ll be gripped to the book right from the first page and trust me, you won’t want to put the book done. This book nails a lot of things on the head. You can read it without having to have read the four previous books, but I would absolutely recommend reading Black, Red, White and Green. You’ll understand the story a whole lot better, plus anything that you might be wondering about will be revealed a whole lot better.
The 49th Mystic is the first of two books in the Beyond The Circle series. Both books will be released in the same year. All of the heart racing, mind exploding action you’ve come to expect, plus a lot of whole new things to expect. It has everything you want in a book, and Ted Dekker writes it in such an absolutely beautiful way.
Definitely, an action-packed thriller that you want to read until the very last page. It’s something that you won’t want to miss.
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Available at your favourite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group”.