Author: Ted Dekker
Plot: Daniel Clark is a behavioral psychologist for the FBI. He’s helping the FBI catch a serial killer called Eve. They’re so close to catching Eve when Daniel is shot in the head. Miraculously, Daniel survives. Right before he’s shot, he sees Eve. But he can’t remember what Eve looks like. Daniel’s bound and determined to remember what Eve looks like before he finds and kills his next victim. Can Daniel remember? Can they catch Eve before it’s too late?
Rating: 4.3 – a good psychological thriller
Opinion: This was a good thriller. I was thrown for a minute when the book started with a short story within the book. Then I realized there were little stories that connected to the main story. There were many times I thought the side characters would be more important. Some were, some weren’t. I liked how the story portrayed exorcisms. It’s not a dramatic like it is in the movies or some other books I’ve read. The priests are more rational and want to prove other things first before jumping to conclusions. This book had a steady pace and I like how the characters thought through things in a more rational way. This book had an ending that made sense. Some of the author’s other books had relationships I that didn’t make sense by the end of them. This book’s relationships were better devolved. I really enjoyed this book and I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves thrillers.