As a big Peretti and Dekker fan, I was eagerly anticipating reading this book...however I was left hugely disappointed. I usually find both their books gripping and after reading them the only feeling of disappointment I have is that the story has ended. So I was excited to see what the merging of two of the masters of Christian fiction would produce. Initially the opening chapters of the book offered some optimism, however the story soon became dull. I found it hard to understand what was going on as it jumped around a bit, and as the story was ungripping this made it all the more harder to keep up. All the characters were poorly developed, so much so you felt no emotions towards them or their situations which ruined the whole book..it felt like they had begun with a good idea and then got lost in the middle. There was nothing in the story or characters that made me want to continue reading... the only thing that kept me going is the memory of books I have read in the past from these authors. Overall the book was a huge dissappointment, the ending offered the only twist in the whole book and it was this that has dragged up my rating to 2 stars rather than 1.
I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone especially Ted Dekker or Frank Peretti fans... its just a big fat disappointment.