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Three by Ted Dekker + Bookstagram


Enter a world where nothing is what it seems. Where your closest friend could be your greatest enemy.

Kevin Parson is alone in his car when his cell phone rings. A man calling himself Slater offers a deadly ultimatum: You have exactly three minutes to confess your sin to the world. Refuse, and the car you’re driving will blow sky high. Then the phone goes dead.

Kevin panics. Who would make such a demand? What sin? Yet not sure what else to do, Kevin swerves into a parking lot and runs from his car. Just in case.

Precisely three minutes later, a massive explosion sets his world on a collision course with madness. And that’s only the first move in this deadly game.

I am currently reading this book and will probably review it for my Wednesday Book Review.This is the third Ted Dekker book I’ve read. The first was Heaven’s Wager, which was also a great book. I couldn’t get into The Circle series though. Don’t know why. Anyway this book is also the first to feature in my new Bookstagram!
ascribe_bookstagram-ted-dekker-three I decided to separate my personal Instagram from my books and writing and started a dedicated bookstagram account. I won’t lie, it requires quite a bit of creativity (and someone else to actually hold the camera haha) so it may be slow starting off. I only have one picture right now but I have an idea I just have to execute.

Please follow my bookstagram. I promise it will pick up. 🙂



Ted Dekker is known for novels that combine adrenaline-laced stories with unexpected plot twists, unforgettable characters, and incredible confrontations between good and evil. Ted lives in Austin with his wife LeeAnn and their four children.


About Nthato Morakabi

Nthato Morakabi is a South African published author. He has short stories appearing in both international and local anthologies, and has published his first book, Beneath the Wax, which opens his three-part novella series "Wax". He is an avid reader, blogger and writer.

6 responses »

  1. It sounds like a fun, thrilling read.
    Also, good for you for starting a bookstagram. I’ve been thinking the same thing for myself, but I barely use my personal Instagram. I don’t know if I could keep up with a “work” one, lol.

    • It actually is a thrilling read. I’m about halfway done and read a chapter now during lunch. Can’t wait to see how it works out.
      As for the Bookstagram, because you read so often you can just take a photo of what you are reading. It doesn’t have to be daily. That’s a lot of work haha.

  2. Welcome to bookstagram!!!!!! You’re gonna love it. This also means you can join our chat!

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