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Some say roll with the punches. Drift with the tide. Nothing can stop the inevitability of change. There was a time when 300 Spartans disagreed with such mindless thinking and stood in the gap.

Now it's time for 3,000 to stand in the gap.

Sinner is the story of Marsuvees Black, a force of raw evil who speaks with wicked persuasion that is far more destructive than swords or guns. Beware all who stand in his way.

It's also the story of Billy Rediger and Darcy Lange, two unsuspecting survivors of a research project gone bad, who discover that they are perhaps the two most powerful souls in the land. Listen to them or pay a terrible price.

And it's the story of Johnny Drake, the one who comes out of the desert and leads the 3,000. Follow him and die.

Sinner tells the story of a free land where people who worship as they please and say what they believe are suddenly silenced in the name of tolerance.

Most will roll with the punches.

Most will drift with the tide. But not all.

Not the 3,000.

Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : Thomas Nelson, c2008
ISBN: 9781595540089
Branch Call Number: FIC Dekke 6939
Characteristics: x, 386 p. --


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May 30, 2014

An interesting conclusion to the Paradise novels. I'm not sure how much I like the ending, since it kind of left me in shock and in disbelief that that was it! As always, a great battle between good and evil.

Feb 20, 2012

I think ted dekker is an awsome writer and all his books really bring out good and evil. all that the lady on the botom said is her own opinion. she looks at it way different.

JewelMcLatchy Nov 01, 2011

An eye-opening call to action for all modern-day Christians. Take caution and all who have ears to hear take heed.

"Just because the truth disturbs someone doesn't make speaking that truth hate speech"

Dec 12, 2010

i had a very high opinion of ted dekker until i read sinner. ted dekker is a sick twisted soul who calls himself a christian. extremely offensive book to visible minorities of which i am one. i stopped reading it and am taking it back.
i have also stopped reading ted dekker's books.

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