Dekker's Best Book (imo)
Posted June 29, 2012
I love mysteries. The suspense. The whodunits. Clue has always been my favourite games and 90% of my favourite shows are detective series. But I had always been wary of detective books, because of the graphic nature. I didn't need all the gory details.
Then I found Ted Dekker, and finially I had what I had been looking for! Dekker has a way with words, artfully weaving them together to form heart-racing, pulse-pounding, getting-papercuts-because-you're-turning-the-pages-too-quickly plots and stories.
His novel 'Adam' is perhaps his best. When the mysterious serial killer Eve sets out for another woman, detective Daniel Clark sets out looking for him. Little did he know that this manhunt would change his life in a seriously drastic way.
I really don't want to go much past that and risk letting some of the plost sneak its way in. So you'll just have to buy it.
Just don't read it when you're alone. Things become a lot scarier when you don't have anyone near you.
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