The Priest's Graveyard

  • by Ted Dekker
  • Narrated by Rebecca Soler, Henry Leyva
  • 10 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Two abandoned souls are on the hunt for one powerful man. Soon, their paths will cross and lead to one twisted fate.
Danny Hansen is a Bosnian immigrant who came to America with hopes of escaping haunted memories of a tragic war that took his mother's life. Now he's a priest who lives by a law of love and compassion. It is powerful men and hypocrites who abide by legal law but eschew the law of love that most incense Danny. As an avenging angel, he believes it is his duty to show them the error of their ways, at any cost.
Renee Gilmore is the frail and helpless victim of one such powerful man. Having escaped his clutches, she now lives only to satisfy justice by destroying him, regardless of whom she must become in that pursuit.
But when Danny and Renee's paths become inexorably entangled things go very, very badly and neither of them may make it out of this hunt alive.
Judge not, or you too will be judged.

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Disappointed

Though initially interesting, I found the plot a bit corny and the voice of the female narrator, flat and annoying. The ending is hokey and unrealistic. Also, I've noticed in this book as well as others by this author, that he seems to be obsessed with his protagonist having blond hair and/or blue eyes... not to mention perpetuating the myth that beautiful women must be thin, petite waifs. Give me a break!
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- Cortina

Seriously Let Down!!!

I attempted repeatedly to want this story to make sense, to reach even a modicum of credibility. But it is just not there, The marketing hype would have you believe this story is a gut wrenching tale of two widely different, driven individuals uniting in a glorious crusade to rid the world of evil.
What it actually is is a factious, implausible tale about two mentally ill mercenaries that take the law into their own hands and murder people that it is not entirely clear ever did anything to deserve it. A mishmash of nonsensical characters afflicted with popular personality disorders, behaving, not mysteriously, but badly. Weak rationalizations are passed off as coarse, incredulous dialogue throughout. This is a poorly conceived and written psycho-soap opera.
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- FRITZ STOOP

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-19-2011
  • Publisher: Hachette Audio