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Identity (Eyes Wide Open, Book 1) by [Dekker, Ted]
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Identity (Eyes Wide Open, Book 1) Kindle Edition

3.9 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews
Book 1 of 4 in Eyes Wide Open (4 Book Series)

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Length: 66 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 340 KB
  • Print Length: 66 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Outlaw Studios (26 Dec. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ATRCPSE
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,469 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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As others have pointed out this is not a book but a couple of hours read which is an attempt (presumably after you have obtained this for free or cheaply) to draw you in to buy the rest of the series and find out what happens to Christy and Austin.

Personally it did nothing for me I didnt have enough time to connect with the characters to continue with the series and found the way two people on two separate occasions managed to get into a secure unit all a bit too implausible.

I wish i had read the reviews before starting but had downloaded this some time ago and started to read thinking at least this was a full book in a series and if it was good i would buy others and if it wasn't i wouldn't.. In the end all i got was half a story.
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You may have been fortunate enough to have obtained this episode free as it has been marketed in such a way that you get sucked into an unfinished, yet gripping storyline which abruptly stops until you pay out for the remaining three episodes, or alternatively start out by buying the completed book. A taster is all I can describe this as.....just about an hour or two's reading then suddenly you're left high and dry.
Being relatively new to Ted Dekker's work I completed 2 parts of the series Water Walker in the last two days, one of which was free and the 2nd one I purchased. As the 3rd and 4th aren't available for another few weeks I couldn't take that one any further for now. Have to say by the time they are available I'll have moved on to several other books and won't be so keen to purchase any more thus never seeing how the storyline pans out. The reason I refer to the other series is that the main character in it is Alice who became Eden when reunited with her 'birth mother'. When I discovered that the same Alice was in Eyes Wide Open series I was keen to read what had happened to Alice in her younger childhood in an effort to discover why she only has a six month memory. Well in this book Christy ends up taking on the mistaken identity of Alice, another psychiatric patient, so by the end of book 1 I'm no further on in knowing anything about Alice as so far she appears to have disappeared, her whereabouts unknown for now.
In my review of Water Walker I mentioned that according to US Amazon reviews, Dekker does interweave some characters from one series to another, and reviewers liked this aspect, however so far I can't say I agree, if the characters are simply mentioned and not developed. Perhaps I need to complete a whole series in order to comment fairly on this aspect.
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I enjoyed this. The reason I am giving it only two stars is that this is not a 'book' at all but rather a few chapters 'taster'- and I consider that misleading. Basically, if you buy 'book one' you will definitely be buying 'book' two out of sheer frustration and need for some form of closure. I will be doing just that.
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This was a brilliant short start to a series! It was fullmof mystery and intrigue, spotted with intelligent dialogue in parts and it really got my heart beating fast at points. The only thing I disliked was Christy's whining character but overall it was a suspenseful read that I thoroughly enjoyed.
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Ted Dekker never fails to have you intrigued, getting your mind working, and being captivated and drawn in to the story. His books never fail to challenge me or see a side of humanity that we overlook with the spiritual forces that roam around us for ill intent. A superb Christian writer.
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I'd read some of Ted Dekker's work previously and enjoyed it. Once again I wasn't disappointed. The storyline and characters had me trying to figure out the who, what, and why's from the outset and by the end I couldn't wait for the next installment. I also enjoyed the "bite size" format. No long complex backgrounds to digest before getting to the core. Well done Mr Dekker!
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This book is well written. Draws the reader in straight away so you want to keep reading. I would recommend it to anyone who likes a good mystery.
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A very good read from a author that I have not read before, although the story was really quite disturbing.
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