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Lunatic (Lost Books (Paperback)) Fight The Horde Or Die With Love Separated By Time And Space, Our Heroes Finally Return Home But Five Years Have Passed And They Find A Nightmarishly Changed World


About the Author: Ted Dekker

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5 thoughts on “Lunatic (Lost Books (Paperback))

  1. Jacqueline Owens Jacqueline Owens says:

    Sometime, I grow weary with these books, the author tends to stay in a scene sometimes too long for my taste, like this whole story around Shaeda not even sure who she represents I believe she is on the evil side and has possessed Johnis I had the same problem w


  2. Michael Michael says:

    I quickly became a fan of Ted Dekker through the Lost Book series and cannot wait to move onto the Circle Series As I moved from book to book, it was with great eagerness to move onto the next book, that is until I got to book 5 They should have stopped at book 4 Not sur


  3. Gary V Gary V says:

    I have read all of the previous books in this series with great interest Dekker is an amazing writer However, once I started reading this book, it became obvious that Dekker is not the primary author, but Kaci Hill, whoever that is The writing style is totally different, the char


  4. Brian Brian says:

    Lunatic is the 5th book in the Lost book series that picks up right after the events of the 4th book, with the trio of Chosen having recovered the Lost Books and traveling back to Middle , only 5 years have passed since they were last here so much has changed Lunatic is also coauthored wh


  5. Derek Rogers Derek Rogers says:

    this book really draws you into it Its an amazing book, if you like fantasy and action books I am eleven years old and this book was ok for my age You probably don t want to read it under the age of nine or ten Some areas of this book can be graphical and can scare younger children Again, this is


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