White by Ted Dekker
Hardcover, 352 pages
Published: October 2004 by Westbow Press
Read: June 2006
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When I read this book it was assumed it was the end. The series at the time was called The Circle Trilogy. Many questions were answered. Thomas Hunter had to make a tough decision in this world, however, it was made easier by what he had learned in the other world.
You may recall in my review of Black that I had trouble getting into the story. Well, it was while reading White that I discovered just how exceptional the series is and had a new found appreciation for the beginning of the tale. So if you begin this series with Black and feel a little like giving up, please don't you are well rewarded in this ending book.
I may have even shed a few tears while reading White. The description of the Great Romance and the love Elyon has for his children resonated with my soul. The boy, the lion, the warrior all is one and He comes to bring joy and life. With the threat in this world thwarted, Thomas is free to pursue his Lover in the other world.
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