Green: The Beginning and the End

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Thomas Nelson, 2010 - Fiction - 392 pages
159 Reviews

As foretold by ancient prophets, an apocalypse destroyed Earth during the twenty-first century. But two thousand years later Elyon set upon the earth a new Adam. This time, however, he gave humanity an advantage. What was once unseen became seen. It was good and it was called...Green.

But the evil Teeleh bided his time in a Black Forest. Then, when least expected, a twenty-four year old named Thomas Hunter fell asleep in our world and woke up in that future Black Forest. A gateway was opened for Teeleh to ravage the land. Devastated by the ruin, Thomas Hunter and his Circle swore to fight the dark scourge until their dying death.

That was then. Now the Circle has lost all hope. And Samuel, Thomas Hunter's cherished son, has turned his back on his father and is aligning dark forces to wage the final war. Thomas is crushed--but determined to rescue the Circle and his son even if he has to cross two worlds to do so.

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A wonderful beginning and ending to the series! - Christianbook.com
I was disappointed in the ending, or lack thereof. - Christianbook.com
Excellent character development. - Goodreads
Thirdly- The ending was a complete cop out. - Goodreads
Green was a good ending to the Circle books. - Christianbook.com
Green isn't a sad or tragic ending just different. - Goodreads

Review: Green: The Beginning and the End (The Circle 0)

User Review  - Keilah R - Goodreads

"Green" was book zero of the circle trilogy. It was really interesting because the ending went right back into the first book just like a circle. It's pretty cool but a little confusing to understand ... Read full review

Review: Green: The Beginning and the End (The Circle 0)

User Review  - 爱心❤ - Goodreads

I put off reading this for a long time. I was scared to read it - I had loved the first 3 so much and reading Green would mean the end. No more Circle. It was a depressing thought. But nearly one year ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

The son of missionaries, Ted Dekker grew up in the jungles of Indonesia. He returned to the United States to attend Evangel College, graduating with a religion and philosophy major. After several years in corporate marketing, he began writing books like Heaven's Wager. Ted and his wife live in the mountains of Colorado with their four children.

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