• by Ted Dekker
  • Narrated by Adam Verner
  • 9 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A story of revenge with a shocking premise and numerous reversals, Skin tackles the issue of what true beauty is - and what's merely skin deep.


What the Critics Say

"A freak tornado drives five characters together in the little Nevada town of Summerville in this striking morality tale." (Booklist)
"Listeners will tug at their collars and grip their steering wheels, and families will wonder why Dad is still sitting in his car in the driveway as Dekker delivers the chills that inspire a solid performance by Verner." (AudioFile)


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Customer Reviews

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Couldn't make it through the book

I really enjoyed Dekker's earlier works, but his newer works have been a let-down. I couldn't even make it all the way through Skin. The dialog was just too painful. It was cheesy and unrealistic. Also, the plot (at least as far as I got) seemed to be very derivative of House, the book he wrote with Frank Peretti. Dekker needs to slow down and put more thought into his books and stop trying to put out several novels in a year.
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- Christopher T. Slaterbeck "Christian Reviewer"

Koontz-style writer

Any additional comments?

This book is fast-paced and keeps you listening. Dekker's stories seem similar to Koontz-type stories with a more philisophical Christian focus. The writing (at least in this particular book) didn't feel quite as mature as a Koontz book. By this, I mean the characters and dialogue weren't quite as developed and felt more simple; however, the overall idea Dekker illustrated through his story felt well thought out and was intriguing. I look forward to listening to this story again now that I see the big concept Dekker explores in it.

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- Blake

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-22-2008
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio