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Green Book Zero: The Beginning and the End

By Ted Dekker
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.76 Stars

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On 1/12 Robert Treskillard wrote: Green, book zero of the Circle, is a provocative novel. Who ever heard of a book ZERO? A novel that is both the beginning and the end of a series? I’ve only read Ted’s young-adult fiction, so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but I was in for a thrilling ride! One side-note to my review is ... GREEN by Ted Dekker — A Review

Robert's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/11 Chandra Lynn Smith wrote: The premise behind this book, this series is quite interesting. Ted Dekker's Circle Series is the first I have ever seen like it. Four books, Green, Black, Red, and White can be read in any order. Green is the only book of the series that I have read. Ted Dekker fans will not be disappointed. In ... Reading Brought Full Circle

Chandra Lynn's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/10 Marv Nelson wrote: Green: The Beginning and the Endby: Ted DekkerThomas NelsonISBN: 9781595542885Audience: Older teens to AdultHaving not read any of the series, I was shocked at how easy it was to get plugged into the narrative of this book. The story flowed amazingly and caught the reader up into it right away! Here's ... Green by Ted Dekker

Marv's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/10 Julie Johnson wrote: How does one go about writing a book that is the beginning and the end? I'll never know how Ted Dekker has accomplished this but I'm very excited about this book! This is my first read by Mr. Dekker and most certainly not my last! I love his writing style and how he has entertwined several books together. ... The alpha and omega

Julie's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/8 Ryan Killion wrote: New York Times best-selling author Ted Dekker rounds out his Circle Series with Green. Two worlds collide as Thomas Hunter tries to bring peace while his son, Samuel, stirs up discontent among The Circle as they patiently wait for Elyon’s return. This final novel in the four book series both ends and ... Green: The Circle, Book Zero, The Beginning and the End by Ted Dekker

Ryan's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/5 Theresa Parrish wrote: Ted Dekker's final installment in The Circle begins years following the events of White. We join Thomas Hunter in the future as many in the Circle have begun to doubt the presence and plan of Elyon, who has been distant and unseen for 10 years. Though they have thus far followed the practice of loving ... Appropriate end to the series

Theresa's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/2 Sherry Shaw wrote: Ted Dekker once again masterfully continues and finishes the story of Thomas Hunter and Billy Redigar, with Thomas in the future and Billy in our current time. Such is the last of the Circle Books, cleverly deemed Zero: the beginning and the end. It picks up where White left off or if you haven't read ... A Most Amazing Finish to the Circle Trilogy

Sherry's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/1 Amanda Holland wrote: Thomas Hunter, the hero of the Circle trilogy, is watching his world fall apart. His son Samuel is rebelling, the Circle is fracturing, and the followers of Elyon are surrounded by enemies on every side. Many in the Circle are beginning to doubt Elyon's promises and question his ways. Meanwhile, in ... A great wrap-up of the Circle books!

Amanda's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/30 Joe Rollins wrote: I'm being totally honest with you when I say that I couldn't finish this book. Sorry to say that, but it's probably because I can't really get into Christian fiction. I'm not much for fantasy type novels and this felt very "fantasy-like" to me. If that's the type of book you dig then I'm sure ... Green

Joe's Rating:

2 Stars

On 12/25 Joshua Yoder wrote: Green is a nice ending to the Circle "Trilogy." It has all of the elements that you are used to from the previous books, and it ends up tying up all of the loose ends from the trilogy, as well as the lost books. One thing that I disagree with though, is that it is being called "Book 0," in that it can ... Green

Joshua's Rating:

4 Stars