About the Book:
Enter a world where nothing is what it seems. Where your closest friend could be your greatest enemy. Kevin Parson is driving his car late one summer day when, suddenly, his cell phone rings. A man who identifies himself as Slater speaks in a breathy voice: You have exactly three minutes to confess your sin to the world. Refuse, and the car you’re driving will blow sky high. Kevin panics. Who would make such a call? What sin? Kevin ditches the car. Precisely three minutes later, a massive explosion sets his world on a collision course with madness.
From the #1 best-selling fiction author comes a powerful story of good, evil, and all that lies between.
This is a review from Luxury Reading, written by Jenna Arthur. (Give her site a peek: Luxury Reading)
He sees you. He knows where you live. Like a predator, he stalks you, his prey, blinded by fury, a rage so intense it consumes his entire world. He watches and waits, for you to CONFESS.
Seminary student Kevin Parson has a deadly secret lurking in his past. The secret is so infectous that it will poison the souls of even those closest to him. Midday, Kevin is driving, and he receives a call, a call to begin it all. It leads him into a monsterous explosion, and terrifying plot, launching an investigation and a reunion of old friends.
Following Kevin into a world of nightmares, Tedd Dekker once again keeps us bound to our chairs with anticipation. Complex and disturbed characters make the cat and mouse-like game the villian plays enticing. Dekker’s Kevin is an amazingly mental character, portraying reflection upon reflection of a multi-fascitated psyche in each mirror he peers into. Character interaction spurs mass chaos and a climactic ending so psychological, it will leave readers questioning their own sanity. Thr3e is a fitting read to those of us who crave a little bit of psychological seduction in our lives.
I have read this book before and found it extremely thrilling, so thrilling to the extent that I could not put the book down for one second. The characters are so relatable in terms of their insecurities and I have learnt to not judge anyone as I do not know what they are battling. It is truly a good read.