TED DEKKER is a New York Times bestselling author of more
than 35 novels with a total of more than 10 million books in print.
He is known for thrillers that combine adrenaline-laced plots with
incredible confrontations between good and evil.
[A.D. 30] may be a genre unto itself: part historical
fiction, part spiritual self-help.--New York Times on A.D. 30
[A.D. 30] showcases the New York Times best-selling author's gift for immersing readers in ancient settings, believable characters, and high-octane story lines.--Library Journal, starred review of A.D. 30
A rich and engaging tale that captivates readers from the first page. The depth of insight and development into characters is outstanding....This is a must read.--RT Book Reviews, Top Pick! on A.D. 30
Dekker (Outlaw, 2013, etc.) makes the spiritual real...descriptions of the Nafud's dangers--think Lawrence of Arabia--are powerfully done, as are his portrayals of the perils posed by the clashing customs of Arabs, Jews and Romans.--Kirkus Reviews on A.D. 30
Dekker, the prolific best-selling author of more than 20 books including the Book of Mortals series and The Circle trilogy, draws on his exotic Indonesian childhood for his new thrilling adventure saga. . .Combining a rich visual portrait of a Stone Age civilization and a surprising spiritual redemption, this excellent book will engage suspense and historical fiction readers.--Library Journal on Outlaw, starred review
Maviah's story of heartbreak and loss, faith and belief, will captivate readers from the first page of A.D. 33 to the last.--Bookreporter.com
The reigning king of Christian thrillers...kicks down the door of biblical fiction.--Publishers Weekly on A.D. 30
This followup to A.D. 30 is as good as the first....Dekker is a storyteller extraordinaire, and this thought-provoking, gripping tale of a slave woman finding her true worth leaves readers captivated.
--RT Book Reviews
This is the kind of book that the term 'sweeping epic' was made for.--Booklist on A.D. 30
THE SANCTUARY may make you wonder if prisons manufacture more criminals than they rehabilitate. The vivid descriptions and drama are gripping, and the alternating POVs add depth to the characters and story. Dekker reminds us that we are all prisoners, though it may be our minds, vs. prison bars, holding us captive.--RT Book Reviews on The Sanctuary, 4 1/2 Stars TOP PICK!
Told with gritty realism to match The Hunger Games, Ted Dekker's Outlaw is an epic story of triumph over trial and the far-reaching power of great personal sacrifice.--Novel Crossing on Outlaw