I have been wanting to read this book really bad for some time now, and when I got the chance to read and review it for free, you better believe I jumped on it! My wife can tell you I’m a HUGE Ted Dekker fan, but even so I couldn’t quite figure out how he could really make this series a circle. This book was supposed to be both the beginning of the series and the end of the series, but how?
Well, I’ll say it did not dissapoint me one bit. There are many books I read that have what we call “good stopping points.” Those are places where you feel comfortable putting your bookmark in and laying the book down so you can spend a little time doing something else, like maybe eating. There were none of those in Green. I only put it down when I absolutely had to!
Green truly is a terrific ending to the Circle Series, as well as a Beginning also, but I would probably recommend that new readers start with Black. Maybe it’s because that’s where I started, but regardless, it just feels like it flows better that way. So yea, if you like Ted Dekker, Green is FANTASTIC. If you don’t like Ted Dekker, well Green is still fantastic, but you don’t have to read it!