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Sin, suspense, and a ticking countdown thriller.

If you enjoy a story that marries intense psychological suspense with deep moral questions, "Thr3e" is an exceptional choice. With each ticking second, you find yourself more entangled in the protagonist's mysterious plight. Prepare for an adrenaline-soaked journey that may have you questioning your own secrets and the nature of good and evil. Dekker's craft of blending theological quandaries with edge-of-your-seat action makes this more than just a thriller; it's a thought experiment on wheels.

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ISBN: 9781599953144
Authors: Ted Dekker
Publisher: Center Street
Date of Publication: 2010-11-03
Format: Paperback
Goodreads rating: 4.07
(rated by 35282 readers)

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By all accounts seminary student Kevin Parsins is leading a good, if not virtuous, life. But like all people, Kevin has his secrets. And someone wants them revealed.While driving home from a day at graduate school, Kevin receives a call from a mysterious stranger who calls himself Slater. Slater demands Kevin confess his sin in the next three minutes or the vehicle he is manning will be blown to pieces.Thus starts a harrowing chain of events. After narrowly escaping his exploding car, Kevin continues to receive phone calls from Slater, each with another riddle, another consequence, and another three minutes to confess his sin.The problem is Kevin is unsure of what that sin might be. And Slater's cycle won't stop until he figures it out.
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