Adam

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Center Point Pub., 2008 - Fiction - 468 pages
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FBI behavioral psychologist Daniel Clark is well known among his friends and peers for his argument that religion is one of society's greatest antagonists. What Daniel doesn't know is that his obsessive pursuit of a serial killer known only as "Eve" will end in his own death at Eve's hand. Twenty minutes later, Daniel is resuscitated, and is haunted by those twenty missing minutes of his life.

It soon becomes painfully clear that the only way to stop Eve is to recover those missing minutes by dying . . . again. What isn't nearly as clear is just how many times he will have to die to discover the truth, not only about Eve, but about himself. Daniel will have to face haunting realities about demon possession in the modern world, and reevaluate his prejudice against religion, in order to stop Eve.

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User Review  - gdill - LibraryThing

This was a great Dekker read. But, not his best. However, it was full of intrigue and always kept me engaged. Dealt primarily with Near Death Experiences (NDE), demon possession, and concluded with an ... Read full review

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User Review  - emmee1000 - LibraryThing

Started out like a "Criminal Minds" mystery, but there was never any doubt as to who the killer was. First half of the book was predictable but tolerable, but then it got bogged down in near death experiences and supernatural, ending in exorcism. I got no satisfaction out of reading this. Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2008)

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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