Heaven's Wager (Martyr's Song, Book 1)

by Ted Dekker

Paperback, 2005



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Thomas Nelson (2005), 371 pages


Fiction. Suspense. HTML: Kent Anthony is a brilliant software engineer who is cashing in on a brilliant career. He's finally living the idyllic life, far from thoughts of theft and murder and other kinds of horrible criminal behavior. He's left his past far behind . . . or so he thinks. This story will bring you face to face with a hidden world more real than most people ever realize; a world where the unseen is more powerful than anything seen..


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Physical description

371 p.; 8.38 inches


0849945151 / 9780849945151

User reviews

LibraryThing member BrynDahlquis
I really wanted to like this book. In fact, I was -expecting- to like it, which probably makes it even worse. I've heard so much about how amazing Ted Dekker is, but... eh.

None of the characters come across as...well, anything. They're all incredibly dull, and the plot isn't good enuogh for me to
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not care about the flat characters. I got fifty pages in, flipped through the rest, and decided that I really couldn't take reading another three hundred pages of it.

I'm going to read some of Ted Dekker's later stuff, and I seriously hope it's better.
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LibraryThing member Barb_H
This goes with the Martyr's Song series and was another powerful message. Some of the plot was pretty far-fetched and the dialogue was a bit cheesy, but overall I loved the book.

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