Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Book Review: Immanuel's Veins by Ted Dekker

Ted Dekker's latest, Immanuel's Veins, is a love story like no other; a frighteningly passionate tale of good versus evil and a sacrificial love so rarely known.

Long time Dekker fans will find themselves in a tale at the same time both strangely new and familiar, with characters they're sure to recognize and others they wouldn't want to see in their worst nightmares. Newcomers to Dekker will find a story of passion and romance, suspense and intrigue, and outright terror as they delve into something very unlike what they might expect from today's Christian fiction genre.

If Dekker has a signature to his style, it's written in invisible ink. Though his characters frequently travel from one novel to the next seemingly unrelated story, the predictability ends there. Immanuel's Veins has found itself banned by publishers in some countries and will certainly leave some readers in shock as Dekker puts his unique spin on a tale of passion and victory like nothing seen in over two-thousand years.

If you haven't read Dekker, now is the time. This is the book. This is the story that you should hear.

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