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review Saint author Ted Dekker × eBook or Kindle ePUB » Carl Strople was covertly recruited to Black Ops and given the most brutal kind of training any man or woman could endure Now he belongs to The X Group But why do they call him “Saint” An assassin The most effective killer in the world And yet Carl Strople struggles tOf itInvasive techniues have stripped him of his identity and made him someone new for this he is grateful But there are some things they can't take from him The love of a woman unbroken loyalties to his past the need for survivalFrom the deep woods of Hungary to the streets of New York Saint takes you on a journey of betrayal in a world of government cover ups political intrigu. REVIEW Magical non realism but some readers will dig this weird stuff Prepare your eyeballs for much rollingRATING 2 stars Not really a book for me but has merit as a view spoiler supernaturalChristian ish hide spoiler

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Carl Strople was covertly recruited to Black Ops and given the most brutal kind of training any man or woman could endure Now he belongs to The X Group But why do they call him “Saint” An assassin The most effective killer in the world And yet Carl Strople struggles to retain fleeting memories that betray an even ominous reality He's been told part of the truth but not all. 4 of 5 people found the following review helpful40 out of 5 stars Almost a Five October 6 2006 Ok already Apparently everyone else thinks everything Dekker does is a 5 But I don't give out many 5's It's kind of like when they started giving out perfect scores at the Olympics What do you do when someone does better than perfectShowdown was magnificent and Saint came somewhat short of that Dekker does a very good job of creating heroes who aren't always heroic Saint struggles with identity just like we all do in one way or another Who is he really Who can he trust Why should he care Will what he is in his heart win over what others have manipulated him to become All these uestion are answered at heart thumping speed And like Showdown don't expect this one to be a liesurely read over the holidays Read page one and you probably won't stop until your finishedNow back to the 5 thing The Circle Trilogy Black Red White was as close to perfect as a writer can get It should become a classic As far as I am concerned Dekker set the bar so high with The Circle Trilogy it will be hard to rate anything higherNow we can all catch our breath and wait for Skin to come out in a few months

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Saint author Ted DekkE and one man's search for the truth In the end that truth will be his undoingThe Bookshelf Reviews which gave this novel from Ted Dekker 5 out of 5 stars stated Saint reads like The Bourne Identity Robert Ludlum meets The Matrix meets Mr Murder Dean Koontz Full length suspense with a thread of fantasyPart of the Paradise Novels but can be read as a standaloneShowdownSaintSinne. As is becoming routine for me I jump into the middle of a book series Haven't read any Ted Dekker before; thought I would give him a read TD is a popular Christian author I say Christian because his novels are found in the Christian section of most bookstores Christian themes permeate his writing though I would guess that some Christians would find his writing sacrilegious Faith and zero point field theory governs the use of supernatural powers in this second book of the Paradise TrilogyTD's style of writing is straight forward and direct good for a general reading audience He creates imagery suitable for his tales is adeuately descriptive and the pace of the story is fast A good page turner I would recommend this book for a number of reasons The themes are interesting The use of zero point field theory in a Christian novel I find intriguing Battles of Good vs Evil I am always ready for Page turning action is a plus And TD knows when to relax on the science on not explain too much