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"Nine years after Rom Sebastian was thrust into the most unlikely of circumstances as hero and bearer of an unimaginable secret, the alliance of his followers is in disarray. An epic battle with The Order has left them scattered and deeply divided both in strategy and resolve in their struggle to become truly alive and free. Only 49 truly alive followers remain loyal to Rom. This meager band must fight for survival as The Order is focused on their total annihilation. Misunderstood and despised, their journey will be one of desperation against a new, more intensely evil Order. As the hand of this evil is raised to strike and destroy them they must rely on their faith in the abiding power of love to overcome all and lead them to sovereignty."--Publisher website.
Publisher: New York : FaithWords, 2013.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781599953595
Call Number: DEKKER
Characteristics: 327 p. ; 24 cm.
Subjects: Regression (Civilization) -- Fiction.
Good and evil -- Fiction.
Suspense fiction.
Religious fiction
Religious fiction.
Epic fiction.
Additional Contributors: Lee, Tosca Moon


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Feb 04, 2019

An absolutely wonderful story. I laughed, cried and cheered! It reveals the full love and mercy of God. Intense and fabulously written. Three cheers for Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee.

Jul 27, 2016

again ted dekker hits out of the park. Just a great wrap up of the mortel series.I found myself yearning for that great love that was shown in the book

JewelMcLatchy Sep 18, 2013

Was also somewhat let down by the conclusion to the Circle "trilogy" prequel series, but I can't pinpoint exactly what I felt was lacking. Still enjoyed the story, the allegory, the characters and would absolutely recommend it to Dekker fans. Maybe it's due to the ending not being concrete since it can be read as a lead-in to the Circle books.

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Jul 18, 2013

***spoilers below***
Purely as a work of fiction this was an interesting book. However, as the work of two self-identified Christian writers it was a disappointment. This despite the fact that they have provided a powerful allegory of the idea that what we experience as reality in the fleshly plane is a poor imitation of the spiritual realm that we see now only as through a glass darkly. I say this because the book ends in massive carnage and Jonathan's blood is not potent enough to transform the Dark Bloods. Feyn, though transformed, is still a ruler over a hierarchy requiring a man of war, Roland, as her "security" chief. Having read the other two books in the trilogy I had hoped for a more satisfying resolution than the blood-soaked birth of a new Sovereign presiding over the old system--new wine in old wineskins, if you will. But there isn't so much new in Feyn's wine, which may be fitting for, as Jesus said, "... no one puts new wine into old wineskins."

Apr 17, 2013

I also would like to hear this book on CD.

VenitaCollins Mar 25, 2013

Would like to have this book on a CD please.


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