Synopsis from the Publisher:
At Last . . . The Circle Reborn
The story of how Thomas Hunter first entered the Black Forest and forever changed our history began at a time when armies were gathered for a final battle in the valley of Migdon. Green is a story of love, betrayal, and sweeping reversals set within the apocalypse. It is the beginning: the truth behind a saga that has captured the imagination of more than a million readers with the Books of History Chronicles.
But even more, Green brings full meaning to the Circle Series as a whole, reading as both prequel to Black and sequel to White, completing a full circle. This is Book Zero, the Circle Reborn, both the beginning and the end. The preferred starting point for new readers . . . and the perfect climax for the countless fans who’ve experienced Black, Red, and White.
Dekker is back with his newest novel, Green, once again proving why he is a master storyteller. Green completes the circle in the Books of History Chronicles: Black, Red, and White. Is it possible for time and reality to change and for history to be rewritten? What is truth and is it universal? Is truth good or evil and exactly how is it defined? Dekker poses these questions to his readers through the three main factions in his series: those who follow Elyon, the Horde, and the Eramites. I first read the series several years ago and was quite concerned I would not be able to pick up the storyline after such a long absence from the series. The Books of History came flooding back to me as soon as I read the first page. Green can be either read first in the series or as the very last book as there is neither a beginning nor an end to the Books of History Chronicles. Dekker manages to maintain the storyline in a flawless manner without presupposing the reader has read Dekker’s first three works of the series. For me, Green answered numerous questions as well as rekindled my desire to re-read the series now the circle is complete. I would recommend Green to anyone who is looking for a thought provoking as well as a suspenseful adventure that will keep one turning the pages into the early hours of the morning.
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I received a copy of Green by Ted Dekker from Thomas Nelson as part of the tour. Receiving a copy in no way reflected my review of aforementioned novel.