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By Ted Dekker

Infrequent is the tale that takes readers out of this international and into one other. Rarer nonetheless the tale that captures center, soul, and mind...leaving the reader without end reworked. this is often that tale. Dive deep and input the Circle. The Circle is an epic tale of evil and rescue, betrayal and love, and terrorist risk in contrast to whatever the human race has ever recognized. It beings while a guy named Thomas hunter reveals himself being chased down an alley after operating the past due shift at a espresso condominium. whilst a bullet grazes his head, he awakens in a wholly various fact. Now whenever he falls asleep, he wakes up within the different reality--and each selection he makes affects the destiny of 2 worlds. in the end, all 4 novels during this groundbreaking sequence were introduced jointly in a single adrenaline-laced quantity. 4 novels. Worlds. One Story. 

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His eyes closed as he savored the scent. Thomas glanced around the clearing, willing his mind to remember. Odd how he could remember some things but not others. He knew that these tall black things were called trees, that the material on his body was called clothing, that the organ pumping in his chest was a heart. He even knew that this kind of selective memory loss was consistent with amnesia. But he couldn’t remember any history. Couldn’t remember how he got here. Didn’t know why Bill was so mesmerized by the water.

He would be able to see if his skin was stripped off or if his arm was broken, but since when did dreams reflect reality? He’d broken his arm in the black forest, but here in this dream of Denver, he could be totally healthy. In dreams, the condition of one’s body didn’t necessarily correlate. Thomas moved his arm. No broken bone. He had to find a way to push past this dream and wake up on the riverbank before he died there, lying on the grass. The door opened and Thomas reacted without thinking.

The room began to spin, so he closed his eyes. He had an hour to think of something. Anything. But nothing came. Except sleep. 4 THOMAS WASN’T sure if it was the heat or the buzzing that woke him, but he woke with a start, snapped his eyes open, and squinted. Impressions registered in his mind like falling dominoes. The blue sky. The sun. The black trees. A lone bat perched high above him, like a deformed vulture. Thomas held perfectly still and stared up through slits, determined to make sense of what was happening.

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