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  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • White (The Circle, #3)
  • Ted Dekker
  • English
  • 13 September 2019
  • 1595540350

10 thoughts on “White (The Circle, #3)

  1. Noel Noel says:

    Unfortunately I had a tough time with this book In the beginning, I was pretty bored It felt so similar to the second book in the series I was hoping for it to make a big change, like between the first and second book, but it didn t Then, when things started happening, it got worse The instalove, and accompanying melodrama, was just too much It was so ridiculous, and it...


  2. Hannah Rodriguez Hannah Rodriguez says:

    Wow Took me a long time with school and such BUT THAT ENDING AHHHHH LIKE WHAT SO WOW WOW WOW I DONT EVEN know what to say


  3. Joshua Bertram Joshua Bertram says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The Circle starts out as a flawed due to Dekker s poor characterization but enjoyable fantasy epic with a powerful allegorical message about God s love for His people, but as the trilogy progresses, Dekker s story increasingly falters, and by the end it unravels on itself, leading two very good volumes into a disappointing conclusion.Once again, Dekker fails to resolve his story in a meaningful or concise manner, and a promising trilogy ends on a disappointing note The novel in itself is not The Circle starts out as a flawed due to Dekker s poor characterization but enjoyable fantasy epic with a powerful allegorical message about God s love for His people, but as the trilogy progresse...


  4. Jerry Jerry says:

    The epic trilogy of sorts comes to a conclusion well, sort of


  5. Ana Vlădescu Ana Vlădescu says:

    It s rather dissapointing when you invest enough of yourself into a story to readthan one installment, just to find out it gets progressively worse You get a really bad feeling that s too close to I lost my time to feel confortable I m not going to make this long, there s no...


  6. Mike (the Paladin) Mike (the Paladin) says:

    WellI finished the trilogy though now a book titled Green is out so I guess it s no longer a trilogy, even though this one ties up the existing story line This one is in my opinion better than the second in the series and I give it a good solid not bad There is however a but But..these books could have been far better than they are The way they are plotted the way the characters are presented even the way the story is told...


  7. J.S. Bailey J.S. Bailey says:

    Reads final page Blinks Reads final page again Rushes over and yanks copy of Showdown out of bookshelf to verify statements on final page THAT S how Thomas ended up in the black forest ButbutI don t evenO_OThis whole series is a time paradox I love it.


  8. Tom Tom says:

    Well, it s over I guess that s good It feels bad to slam on a book series that so many other people evidently love from reading other reviews here on Goodreads I guess I just can t let religion trump realism or logic or frankly, good storytelling I suppose folksappreciative of this trilogy would say that s my problem I feel like there was real missed potential here The author keeps the plot moving quickly with good action and set pieces Unfortunately everything else is sacrific Well, it s over I guess that s good It feels bad to slam on a book series that so many other people evidently love from reading other reviews here on Goodreads I guess I just can t let religion trump realism or logic or frankly, good storytelling I suppose folksappreciative of this trilogy would say that s my problem I feel like there was real missed potential here The author keeps the plot moving quickly with good action and set pieces Unfortunately everything else is sacrificed along the way All the logic complaints that I mentioned in my reviews of first and second books continue here Maybe the author just needs a better editor So many dropped story threads and...


  9. Billy Billy says:

    A Great Finale to a Fantastic Trilogy,Dekker really finishes off the Circle Trilogy with style.This book was by far the best of the 3 and, although you really must read the first 2 to truly understand this book, Dekker does not dissapoint with the conclusion to this very long trilogy.The story, including the metaphors of Christ s sacrifice for mankind, is brought home and shows the truly great talent that Dekker has for writing.In this final installment, we are shown how the ...


  10. T.E. George T.E. George says:

    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful 5.0 out of 5 stars If you hated the ending you missed the point., April 21, 2006Everyone is entitled to their own opinion about a book What grabs one leaves another flat But those who chided Dekker for weak storylines in this third book of his trilogy missed the point.In fairness let me say that I felt the same way at first In White it seemed like the things going on in our world ended in a very anti climactic way Thomas Hunter s blood save 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful 5.0 out of 5 stars If you hated the ending you missed the point., April 21, 2006Everyone is entitled to their own opinion about a book What grabs on...


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About the Author: Ted Dekker

Ted Dekker is known for novels that combine adrenaline laced stories with unexpected plot twists, unforgettable characters, and incredible confrontations between good and evil Ted lives in Austin with his wife LeeAnn and their four children.