Thr3e by Ted Dekker


My absolute favorite book (so far)! I picked this book up years ago in a Christian book store and it did not disappoint. Dekker is a Christian author, so many of his books do have hidden messages in them, this one not so much. It is a fantastic thriller. Full of suspense, shocking twists and turns, and the ending is so unpredictable, you wouldn’t see it coming. I recommend this book so often. Anyone who loves suspense and thrillers should definitely read this book. I would love to hear your thoughts on this book if you get around to reading it! Do you and me a favor and do not watch the movie first. Ralph Winter, the producer of the X-Men and Star Trek movies, produced the movie adaption. But the film does not do the book justice. I’m confident anyone who loves to read will enjoy this amazing book.

A brief summary:

Thr3e is a story of a young seminary student, who one day, realizes he is being stalked and is in very real danger. Out of the blue, Kevin begins receiving letters and calls from someone he is sure he’s never met, threatening to hurt him and others if he does not “confess his sins.” Dumbfounded, Kevin tries his hardest to think of any “sins” he may have committed, enlisting the help of his oldest friend, in an attempt to satisfy and rid himself of this violent and angry stalker. After a series of unsettling and dangerous events, including bombings, with the help of a detective, Kevin believes they are one step closer to identifying and capturing his tormentor. The twist comes when the evidence somehow all leads back to Kevin. But surely, there’s no way Kevin could be involved! He is an innocent victim. That’s when the real danger begins and the suspense becomes too much to handle. It becomes a race against the clock to save Kevin’s life from someone he believes is pure evil.

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