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Red (The Circle Trilogy, Book 2) (The Books of History Chronicles) Paperback – January 1, 2008
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The ending may not appeal to the tough guy, but I felt that it struck to the heart. It went to the core of emotions. I loved it.
I don't like the graphic novel of Red that came with the book. If it didn't consist of so many pages I would rip them out of the back of the book. But, that's just me because I don't get into comic books.
Yesterday I read a Ted Dekker interview where he stated more than once that his books are not "Christian Fiction." You can find the interview by searching his name on the internet.
This series does everything that a good novel should do - I felt every range of emotion from laughter to tears, anger to compassion, but most of all, it made me think.
The last few chapters of this book left me speechless. I still have no words to describe how those last few chapters made me feel - almost a week after finishing the book!! This is definitely a series you need to read in order and in it's entirety, but I don't think you'll have that problem once you start.