A mind-bending supernatural thriller from the creators of This Present Darkness and Saint. Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker — two of the most acclaimed writers of. From the minds of multi-million selling suspense authors Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker comes House–an epic supernatural thriller that gives a new meaning to. Written by: Chad Lutzke If you plan on picking up this book then read the review no further. It’s the only spoiler alert you’re going to get.
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Why, why did Perefti waste time reading this book when I could have been I was shocked at how many parts of the book felt boring. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Women hate each other. View all 13 comments. As a movie it might work, but as a book it just made my head hurt. Gypsies or Roma don’t draw pentagrams all over the walls. Please tell me it’s safe to go back into the water – someone – anyone. Like Liked by 1 person.
House by Ted Dekker and Frank Peretti
To me, the book pereyti really convoluted. Jan 09, Abigail rated it did not like it. Just heed and obey? Books of History Chronicles. Things begin to go bitter, however.
The light being Jesus dekkee the dark being Satan. The story itself centers around the estranged marriage of Jack and Stephanie, a starting point that many Americans at least are familiar with and can probably relate to rather easily.
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Certainly nobody mourns her passing. Even though there is a religious theme to Peretti and Dekker books there is a classic horror genre at work here that is genius. I was shocked at how many parts of the book felt boring. It was creepy, it gave me chills, and it did make me think. houss
I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I picked up this book. Dekker that I liked. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.
Which basically sums up my entire relationship with Dekker books currently. So, here’s another I just didn’t deker for. Franl throws a soup can down through the chimney with a message scrawled ans it. I wasn’t familiar with the authors so Perettj didn’t know that it would be a good versus evil, God versus evil book.
House is a supernatural thriller about seven people who end up in a house together. Also, I hope that line about White really being black is metaphorical, or we have a whole other set of problems. The only bright hope in this entire black hole of story telling was one little girl, and you weren’t even certain if she was good or a trick of the mind.
You know how you dont always want a book with all action, all drama, just a good mystery with nice amount of everything. I’m disappointed with this novel.
This is the worst book I have ever read. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. God came to my house and I killed him 2.
Like when they introduced Susan’s character, I was muttering to myself, “Well, maybe this will liven things up,” but no. I thought that I was really looking forward to this book and was excited to read it, but this book was not really what I had expected at all.
But, there are parts that it feels like the authors are trying so hard just to make the story scary, shocking and compelling for readers. Where did that come from? Neither did “sin” as goop.
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You are commenting using your Twitter account. Peretti’s House 1 13 Dec 12, Matarlas a todas te convierte en Dios. I loved the air of mystery that surrounded the house, and that was what kept me going on the book. I liked the horror of this novel. Primer libro que leo de Frank Peretti y Ted Dekker. Overall I have enjoyed the book. Si vieron la primera temporada de American Horror Storyesta historia les va a hacer acordar mucho a esa casa, la Murder House.
The stereotype of the homicidal, inbred hillbilly is one of the things that’s guaranteed to start a book or movie out with a down-check it will have to overcome Have the book is written in prose and its very difficult to visualize.
Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker — two of the most acclaimed writers of supernatural thrillers — have joined forces for the first time to craft a story unlike any you’ve ever read.