Monday, October 1, 2007

Ted Decker



Okay so these are just a taste of his writing (my male hero Ted Deckker--second to Jesus, and Cary Grant) and it is just so beast I can't begin to tell about the heart stoppage and page-turning-ness. Small towns in the middle of nowhere under attack from the next best thing to Hell, a trained and deadly killer, a mind bending reality flip, and many other details flourish in pages of honor and splendor, all presented for you between two neat little covers, just waiting to be rifled through in the dead of night with your flash light under the covers...

5 comments:

Bloody Awful Poetry said...

oooh it's a trilogy?
i'm a sucker for trilogies!

International Mastermind said...

Are there any such thing as quadrolies? For four books? Maybe I'll write one...

CosimaCat said...

I'm fairly sure it goes, single book, duet, trilogy, quartet. For five I have no idea.
Does anyone think that Peeps would be weird enough? Coraline's been reviewed already, and though One For Sorrow sounds of the same type I don't have a copy yet... *for the umpteenth time she condemns the mail service that won't let you get boxes to various creative fates*

theatre said...

it's probably penta-something for five, and the books i showed are random but alomst all of his books are centered around his Circle trilogy (Black, Red, and White--best three alnighters of my life, well next to Kiki that is) and all his villians are named after those books: Marusuvees Black, Blas-something-or-other White, and then the dude in "Skin"'s name had "red" in it, it's so cool when you read all of them and figure out all the fun little details for yourself

Bloody Awful Poetry said...

A pentalogy. Hexalogy. Octology.
And so on,probably.
Anybody think the catcher in the rye is freaky?
i think it's freaky.