• by Ted Dekker
  • Narrated by Rob Lamont
  • 10 hrs and 38 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Imagine answering your cell phone one day to a male voice that gives you three minutes to confess your sin. If you don't, the madman, Slater, will blow your car to smithereens. You barely manage to exit heavy traffic and ditch the car when, precisely three minutes later, your car blows sky high. The media and police descend on the scene; your world has just changed forever.So begins the nightmare that grows with progressively higher stakes. There's another phone call, another riddle. The cycle will not stop until the world discovers the secret of your sin, but you don't have a clue what that sin is. If not for Jennifer, the brilliant FBI agent working to corner Slater, you would indeed go mad.


What the Critics Say

"Dekker delivers another page-turner with this psychological Christian thriller." (Publishers Weekly)
"There are plenty of thrills and chills." (AudioFile)
"Dekker's pacing is relentless, and the ongoing consideration of evil is intriguing." (Booklist)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Horrible listen to a sound clip first.

Twice in two years in audible I've downloaded a book that was unlistenable. This is the 2nd.

This comment is not about the book itself but the narrator. His voice grated on my nerves. Was so juvenile and lacking in flexibility, I couldn't listen more than 30 minutes before delegating to the trash can.

Disliking a narrator is subjective so you might not agree with me. I'd just suggest that you listen to a sound clip first.
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- Nicholas Winn "E-Bike Enthusiast"

Good Story but it didn't meet it's potential

Pretty good book. The action was exciting, very suspenseful and interesting until you figure out the mystery which isn't too far into the book. The big surprise ending was not much of a surprise. There were, I think, too many clues for the reader. I'm not all that good at figuring mysteries out but I got this one about 1/3 of the way through the book.

It was a very clever twist - a good idea and the story and the philosophy behind it is very interesting but it would have been better if he could have misled us a little more. I'm not sure how he would have done that but that's not my job.

I also would have liked to seen the character of the teacher developed a little more - he's very interesting.

Definitely worth reading. It's a good book. It could have been a GREAT book if the solution were a little less obvious.

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- Richard

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-23-2004
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio