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Lunatic By Ted Dekker Kaci Hill Lunatic Fight the Horde or die with love Separated by time and space our heroes finally return home But five years have passed and they find a nightmarishly changed world The despised Horde are now in contro
  • Title: Lunatic
  • Author: Ted Dekker Kaci Hill
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  • Page: 443
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  • Lunatic By Ted Dekker Kaci Hill Fight the Horde or die with love Separated by time and space, our heroes finally return home But five years have passed and they find a nightmarishly changed world.The despised Horde are now in control The healing lakes of Elyon are now blood red And mighty Thomas Hunter and his Forest Guard have disappeared.Take a stand with the chosen but be wary, for not allFight the Horde or die with love.Separated by time and space, our heroes finally return home But five years have passed and they find a nightmarishly changed world.The despised Horde are now in control The healing lakes of Elyon are now blood red And mighty Thomas Hunter and his Forest Guard have disappeared.Take a stand with the chosen but be wary, for not all is as it seems Now the chosen themselves are questioning their very sanity For the only way to win may be to lose The only way to live may be to die And the only one to lead may be a lunatic.
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    1. Ted Dekker Kaci Hill

      Ted Dekker is known for novels that combine adrenaline laced stories with unexpected plot twists, unforgettable characters, and incredible confrontations between good and evil Ted lives in Austin with his wife LeeAnn and their four children.


    1. Worst one yet I like how they go back to the setting that first started the series in books one and two, but it just feels different now that Vampires in the setting The author already has enough evil dudes already with the Hord and the Shaitiki Read the books to understand what I am talking about Why add vampires Book 5 ends with another cliffhanger, the worst one yet, so Book 6 may justify the need for vampires I m hoping anyways But I also like how Books 1 4 each has their own story Book 5 s [...]

    2. Lunatic is the 5th book in the Lost book series that picks up right after the events of the 4th book, with the trio of Chosen having recovered the Lost Books and traveling back to Middle , only 5 years have passed since they were last here so much has changed Lunatic is also coauthored which given Ted s track record before partnering with Tosca has been shaky at best and this is no exception People who complained that they didn t recognize some of the characters they had grown close to over the [...]

    3. Deep breath I ve run Lunatic and Elyon together into one feature length day of misery because they are frankly awful and they need finished If it weren t for the fact they complete a decade long reading journey of The Books of Histories, I would probably save myself the pain.Even with the help of Kaci Hill in writing these last two volumes, Dekker still pulls out all the faithful tropes that have made this young adult interpretation so reliably dreadful Six novels in, there s less characterisati [...]

    4. The writing style of this book differes from the first four in this series and made it very difficult to read It is very choppy and for the first half of the book I kept wondering what was going on and when something exciting was going to happen I had to wait too long in this 5th instalment to get involved in this book to enjoy the read I didn t enjoy the story and had to force myself through this book I m not to eager to read the next in the series, which is a shame because I have so enjoyed re [...]

    5. I was dissapointed in this book and it s inability to keep the series moving Perhaps it has something to do with Dekker co authoring this book The storyline is strange and a lot of the content made me turn out the lights in the middle of the page, because the story wasn t moving The four previous books in this series would have had me up late turning pages One book left to complete the 6 book series I hope Elyon will be satisfying.

    6. This book was okay I found myself extremely bored at some parts And while I was reading these boring parts, I found my mind drifting to the other side of the story and wanting the story to switch back to it I think the Silvie Johnis story was boring But, I loved the Marak Daral part.I also found myself confused a lot There were a lot of names and not enough time to memorize them all.But, this book was still very good I recommend it.

    7. I really like this series but then again I haven t read anything of Dekker s that I didn t like This series though has a christian based background to it There is the good and evil and the problems that people have choosing sides.

    8. Pretty crazy I am very interested in Darcel and Marak I kept reading fast to get back to them Johnis is going to have to break and cry out to Elyon We shall see what happens

    9. I have followed Ted Dekker s books since I read House which he co wrote with one of my favorite authors, Frank Peretti I read This Present Darkness and Piercing the Darkness at a young age, and I loved them So, I was excited to continue reading of that type of stuff, and Dekker was promising He did not disappoint But, I digress Again Spoiler Alert The Lost Books is about four chosen warriors, hand picked by Thomas Hunter which is a big deal to lead them into prosperity and victory against their [...]

    10. Lunatic was actually a breath of fresh air after reading the first 4 books in this series The writing is SOOO much better If you look carefully, Kaci Hill is noted as a co author on the cover, and evidently Kaci was just what Dekker needed to save his writing This book and Elyon also have enough of a unique plot line goal that it almost feels like a different though related series I don t know why they didn t just go ahead and do that anyway there are already 2 other spin off series what s anoth [...]

    11. I enjoyed this than I thought I would Dekker seemed completely in his element which I didn t really see in the first four books or perhaps it was the help of the co author There was so much going on and so many new ideas introduced I think it was just what the series needed to stay engaging The search for the lost books definitely got old after four volumes.

    12. I didn t like this one as much as the others It seemed almost uncomfortable and slower paced I understand the methodology behind it, though, and I m hoping the sixth book redeems the series.

    13. 3.5 Lunatic by Ted Dekker and Kaci Hill was a phenomenal continuation of a great series But there s a lot to tell, so For the first fifteen chapters, Lunatic was hard to follow, with rough transitions and spaces in between events, where there was a lot of uncertainty in if something happened or not, having been referenced by a character but not described I think that a good measurement of how well an author team works is by the convergence of styles if the styles flow and complement each other, [...]

    14. I must be spoiled by Robert Liparulo s young adult novels because Dekker s YA work just leaves me feelingbleak I suppose would be an appropriate word.For the final 2 books of The Lost Books series, Ted Dekker has brought another author from within his website fans, Kaci Hill First up is Lunatic The story picks up right where Choas, the 4th book left off The 3 Chosen Ones Johnis, Darsal and Silvie are planning to return to their world and leave ours behind.Once they do, they realize 5 years have [...]

    15. Not sure how I feel about these last two books, which were really one book I m highly suspicious that Dekker separated them into two books out of greed for book sales The first of the two, Lunatic, was disjointed and incomplete Both in character development and plot The second seemed like a desperate attempt at giving the series of the lost books a happy ending Lunatic and Elyon had absolutely nothing to do with the lost books at all which was deeply disappointing especially because Dekker had [...]

    16. As many rave reviews as Ted Dekker s mystery thriller novels have gotten, I ve always preferred his fantastical allegories Sure, Adam and The Bride Collector were great, well written reads, but Mr Dekker was at his best when he wrote The Circle Trilogy and The Books of Mortals Lunatic in the penultimate volume in The Lost Books series, which ties into the saga told in Black, Red, and White As usual for Mr Dekker s writings, I found it to be a masterfully written and engaging story I do have to i [...]

    17. Separated by time and space, our heroes finally return home But five years have passed and they find a nightmarishly changed world The despised Horde are now in control The healing lakes of Elyon are now blood red And mighty Thomas Hunter and his Forest Guard have disappeared.Then the world unravels further.Dive into a journey among the Horde whose sole mission is the destruction of the Circle Come face to face with an enchantingly beautiful creature with unearthly powers and questionable motive [...]

    18. Okay, so there are those moments in Ted Dekker novels where your heart stops because you re asking yourself Are these characters going to give their lives over to who deserves it and you know they should and you know they want to, but what if And then you ask that question of yourself And by the end of the novel, you are crying because you are the characters and you ve swum with Elyon and everything is just the way it s supposed to be Tangent over.I love, again, how very real evil is represented [...]

    19. I definitely saw a huge difference between this book and the series.Is it because Hill co wrote The introduction of a ton of Horde characters was confusing at best.And a vampire Leedhan Shaeda NaaahI have zero idea how she even fits in.The best part of the book was Darsal Marak scenes.Once again Johnnis Silvie travel in a downward spiral wormhole covered in worm sludge.My interest dwindled 1 4 into the book, unfortunately, but I still finished ite I ve read Black, Red, White, Green, Showdown, Si [...]

    20. This series started out fine but this book introduced vampires I was horrified at what these beings possibly symbolize Half human half shitiki aka half fallen angel half human anyone This whole thing is buying into a heretical teaching about Genesis 1 1 2 Angels don t procreate Check out Jesus answer to the religious leaders of His day about who would that lady be considered married to in heaven after marrying all the brothers who never fulfilled the kinsmen redeemer purpose an heir to the dead [...]

    21. When I first started reading this one, it threw me off a bit because the writing of it seemed different than the previous fourI guess Ted Dekker s having a co author on this one was what caused that But the I read into the book, the it drew me in, the same as the rest of the series, so I have no fault with it Except that it doesn t end like the other four, but instead has a to be continued good thing I already had book 6, Elyon, handy to start reading it Haha One other note, I didn t really di [...]

    22. 2.5ishMy least favorite so far, but mostly because it felt unfinishedI hate a to be continued book I am not a fan of the Leedhan aspect either and do not understand why Johnis is vulnerable to the entity of Shaeda He has been steadfast since the debacle with his mother, but he seems easily drawn in by the Leedhan rather than being led by the silent voice of Elyon as he has been in the other books.I really hope there is some kind of explanation for his weakness in the final book, Elyon, that I am [...]

    23. Lunatic by Ted Dekker and Kaci HillThe BookBook 5 in the Lost Books series Everything has changed for the heroes, who have returned home Five years have passed and their world changed The Horde is now in control and the healing lakes of Elyon are now blood red Not all is as it seems, to live is to die, to win is to lose.My ThoughtsSo many symbols are in this book This would be one of those reads that one could read over and over again and receive a new message Buried within the pages of this boo [...]

    24. A terrible book One of the worst Ted Dekker books there is But i m not gonna blame this book on Ted Dekker, i m gonna blame it on his co author Kacy Hill This is the fifth book in the lost book series and the worst one This is also the first lost book co written by Kacy Hill It all adds up that Kaci Hill ruined this series The last two books Lunatic and Elyon were both co authored by Kacy Hill and they both were by far the worst books in the series You could even tell by the way the book was wri [...]

    25. i don t like the turn the series started to take with vamps honestly, have we not seen enough of them in recent fiction but still, i must admit that they kind of add a whole new dimension to a story that may have gotten old sooner the question would i rather they draw it out with plots i don t really like, or that they cut the story short because they ran out of material not sure when it comes to this one Besides the fact that vampires are getting used a lot today, are they such a bad device in [...]

    26. Well, it wasn t what I was expecting I guess I was bothered by the different writing style The story itself was good enough, but it was kinda choppy, and some parts were not explained as clearly as I would ve liked I m glad that Ted Dekker wrote a book with Kaci Hill because I did like the contrast between this and his usual style, but I can t help but wonder why he chose to cowrite it halfway through the series A new series would have been a much better starting point because this book along wi [...]

    27. I found the start of this very off putting I think it may have been easier to stay in the right frame of mind had the story stuck with the main characters at first and got us in the right place before introducing new characters and plot points.I found the interactions with the Circle trilogy to be very influential in this one, as the particular change that occurs in the original books was one of my favorite parts of the series He did it well in this one as well I am curios to the change occurrin [...]

    28. Darsal, Johnis and Silvie make their way back from Earth to Other Earth with all seven books of History Darsal separates herself from the other two, who find their way under the influence of a third entity Johnis initially believes she is Elyon but realizes he wants out and only Silvie can help him Darsal is captured, drowns herself, and is called by the actual Elyon to love the Scabs.Overall though, I feel that The Lost Books is not as good as the Circle series and nothing of the plot sticks wi [...]

    29. I think this book was really good, but it was a little different than the rest of the other books in the series Jhonis, Silvie, and Darsal have returned to the middle forest from the books of history When the three of them return, everything has changed The forests have been taking over by the Horde and Thomas has gone mssing The lakes have been turned red and have a much different feel to it On top of all of that, the forest dwellers can t turn into horde, but the three survivors don t seem to [...]

    30. This one wasn t as good as the other books I didn t like the weird woman who dominated the story She kinda ruined it for me Especially because I have no idea who or what she represents Or what she is for that matter I think she s a vampire but I m not sure But I loved seeing the horde culture and learning about how the world had changed The other thing that bothered me about this story was that I was very on confused about who everyone was and how they fit into the story Who was Eram and the hal [...]

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