Monday, September 22, 2014

A.D. 30

Ted Dekker has been one of my favorite authors for well over a decade. I first discovered him when I randomly picked up Thr3e at a bookstore at the beach.  It was such a good book that I couldn't put down and while I hated the movie I watched later, I quickly learned that he was a phenomenal author.

I've read many of his books over the years and I recently devoured Outlaw then quickly followed it with Dekker's newest book A.D. 30 which is due to be released next month and you can PreBuy A.D. 30 by Ted Dekker for just $14.97 at Like a lot of Dekker's book the newest one is full of adventure, conflict, struggles, and mystery. It's one you won't want to stop reading until you figure it out and you'll mull over it even when you're not reading. It's like a fast-paced puzzle.

One thing that I like most about Dekker's writing is that he incorporates religious undertones in all of his novels... a conflict between good and evil and a basic Biblical truth in each story.  But I also like that the religion part isn't so strong that you don't enjoy the fiction part of the book. At any rate, I think you'll enjoy this thriller regardless of whether or not you're not a Christian.

And here's the fun part. I'm hosting a giveaway for one of my lucky readers to win a copy of A.D. 30 by Ted Dekker and a $25 appreciation certificate. The giveaway is limited to the US and will close Tuesday at midnight. A winner will be chosen Wednesday morning 9/24. You can enter below.

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Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post but was provided a copy of the book. The views expressed above are simply my own opinions. The links included are affiliate links and the $25 appreciation certificate is provided by Family Christian stores.


RLR said...

Having trouble getting my comment to post (on my end, not yours) - so please excuse if this is a duplicate! I haven't read anything by Dekker, but I'm just getting back into a regular reading habit. I finally read The Fault In Our Stars (yes, you remember right - I won it in one of your giveaways) after a failed start a while back.

RLR said...

(PS - enjoyed TFIOS enough to hang on to it and read again. And maybe I'll watch the movie, too!)

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