The Priest's Graveyard

The Priest's Graveyard

Audiobook CD - 2011
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After his mother died in the Bosnian War, Danny Hansen emigrated to America to escape his demons. He is now a priest who has made it his personal mission to reform the wicked. When he crosses paths with Renee Gilmore, a young, victimized woman, he vows to bring her abuser to justice.
Publisher: [United States] : Hachette Audio, 2011
Edition: Unabridged ed
ISBN: 9781609419929
Branch Call Number: CDB FIC DEKKE-T
Characteristics: 9 sound discs (ca. 10 hr., 30 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in
Additional Contributors: Leyva, Henry
Soler, Rebecca


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ZackApplewhite Sep 13, 2015

As a fan of Ted Dekker, this was disappointing.
For one, his writing has been a bit formulaic. As usual he starts out with a multi storyline style and has characters with basic good vs evil and strong man helps helpless woman stereotypes.
Second, he tried writing from a woman's point of view and simply fails to do so convincingly.
Lastly, the book was largely predictable, besides one or two surprises that were not overwhelming.
On the upside he did take many chances with this book as he does write about things that he usually doesn't. A lot more sex and violence than usual, which was the main reason for me completing this book.
Conclusion. If your looking for another great Ted Dekker book like Adam or the circle series, you will be disappointed. But if you've never read Ted Dekker and therefore will not compare this to his best work or if you are looking to find a new side of Dekker, then this book is worth looking into.


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