The Priest’s Graveyard by: Ted Dekker – Book Blog Tour

The Priest’s Graveyard by: Ted Dekker

Two abandoned souls are on the hunt for one powerful man. Soon, their paths will cross and lead to one twisted fate. Danny Hansen is a Bosnian immigrant who came to America with hopes of escaping haunted memories of a tragic war that took his mother’s life. Now he’s a priest who lives by a law of love and compassion. It is powerful men and hypocrites who abide by legal law but eschew the law of love that most incense Danny. As an avenging angel, he believes it is his duty to show them the error of their ways, at any cost.

TED DEKKER is a New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty novels with a total of more than 5 million copies sold worldwide. He is known for thrillers that combine adrenaline-laced plots with incredible confrontations between good and evil.

The Priest’s Graveyard was an exciting read. Having read a few of Ted Dekker’s books, I new I was in for a ride. At the beginning of this book, I was expecting something different about Danny Hansen. As a Priest, I thought his “sin” was going to be something more extraordinary than it was. I’m not saying he was right or wrong, it was just something different than what I had in mind.

Renee really got on my nerves. Her ignorance of things was rather irritating at times. I completely understand what Mr. Dekker was going for, but some of it, for me, wasn’t really believable. Which may be something I have just never experienced or been around.

All in all, The Priest’s Graveyard was an exciting, thrilling, and great read. If you’re in the mood for some suspenseful and on edge reading, go get your copy on April 19th. You won’t be sorry!

Another stop on the tour for today: Jenn’s Bookshelves

Tomorrow’s stops: Urban Bachelorette and Fable Freak

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Published in: on April 13, 2011 at 8:17 am  Comments (2)  

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  1. Thanks for the info. I’ll put it on my ever growing list.
    Ann


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