The Priest s Graveyard Two abandoned souls are on the hunt for one powerful man Soon their paths will cross and lead to one twisted fate Danny Hansen is a Bosnian immigrant who came to America with hopes of escaping haunte

  • Title: The Priest's Graveyard
  • Author: Ted Dekker
  • ISBN: 9781599953342
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Two abandoned souls are on the hunt for one powerful man Soon, their paths will cross and lead to one twisted fate Danny Hansen is a Bosnian immigrant who came to America with hopes of escaping haunted memories of a tragic war that took his other s life Now he s a priest incensed by the powerful among us who manipulate the law for their own gain, uncaring of thes hatterTwo abandoned souls are on the hunt for one powerful man Soon, their paths will cross and lead to one twisted fate Danny Hansen is a Bosnian immigrant who came to America with hopes of escaping haunted memories of a tragic war that took his other s life Now he s a priest incensed by the powerful among us who manipulate the law for their own gain, uncaring of thes hattered lives they leave behind It is his duty to show them the error of their ways, even if he must put them in the grave Renee Gil is the frail and helpless victim of one such powerful man Having escaped his clutches, she now lives only to satisfy justice by destroying him, regardless of whom she must become in that pursuit But when Danny and Renee s paths become inexorably entangled things go very, very badly and neither of them may make it out of this hunt alive EndFragment

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    1. Ted Dekker

      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.

    489 thoughts on “The Priest's Graveyard”

    1. Reading this book is like being locked in the trunk of a speeding car and trying to figure out where you’re going by tracking the twists and turns the journey takes. Chances are once the car stops and you’re tossed out, you’re nowhere near where you thought you were going. It’s a great book if you’re an insomniac because you’re not going to want to put it down until that trunk finally opens.From the title, one might think this is a horror novel; it’s not. It does contain some horri [...]

    2. The book takes ages to get going, and even then it's just so damn boring. Despite all the reviews claiming to watch out for the violence/gore I found myself at page 80 before anything remotely interesting started happening. And yes, there is that scene with the tongue cutting at the beginning, but eh. It felt like the scene was just thrown in there in an attempt to try and wake up the reader. The pacing is slow and there are too many details thrown into the mix that I think no one would give a d [...]

    3. I started to read this book because it is the June book for the Virtual Book Club on Facebook. I read the first two chapters to be ready for the first night of discussions, but soon after the meeting I realized I just had to read the rest of the book. So I took that night and the next day to finish it. I could not put it down.I will have to back up and state that I typically read and review YA novels. This is not YA by any means. However, it is a great book. I was completely sucked into this wor [...]

    4. To be honest, It's probably not really a wise thing for me to write this review, because I am unequivocably a "Dekkie"- translation- huge Ted Dekker fan right here. Ted is an author that never seems to tire of taking risks in his writing and I never tire of reading his books. "The Priest's Graveyard" is no exception. From page one I entered into "Ted Dekker land" a wonderful place where I become completely riveted to his story and don't want to quit reading until it is through. This is a tale fu [...]

    5. I'm so excited. Dekker is one of my "old faithfuls", an author I know won't be disappointing 99% of the time. I preordered this months ago because it sounded so good. Anyone that knows me knows I HATE waiting for anything, so that's a big deal. ETA: Okay, so I devoured this book. The pace and tension are excellent. Now and then I paused, unable to suspend disbelief quite as much as Dekker required for some bits, but the action kept me moving forward, and able to let those parts go.The only major [...]

    6. This is the first Ted Dekker book I've read and it didn't appeal to me as much as I'd hoped. I liked the idea of a priest seeking vengeance on the evil people of the world, and if we'd had more of Father Danny Hanson's exploits in the book I think I may have enjoyed it more. The trouble I had was with the character of Renee Gilmore. For all that she had been through (basically orphaned, addicted to drugs, treated badly by some shady men, etc.) I should have felt compassion and been on her side, [...]

    7. I don't understand these ratings. Did I read the same book!? It began with some promise but ended up being cliché, unimaginative, preposterous and above all, cheesy!

    8. You have no idea what a thrill it was for me to one of the few chosen to review this book, being the huge fan that I am of Ted Dekker's. It has been a while since I have read a Dekker book (about 6 mo.) so silly me I keep forgetting how amazing he is.I am so glad that this book did not disappoint. Within the first chapter this book jumps out at you with all its suspensefulness! Dekker also has a way with the characters. Just after the first couple of chapters I was in love with the three main ch [...]

    9. Call me twisted, but I love the way Dekker's mind works. Whenever I read his thrillers I always vacillate between being freaked out and being impressed by his subtle theology. In the end I am always edified by his insight into the human condition, which is the most important thing for me when I read a book. The takeaway value of Dekker's thrillers is pricelessr me, anyway. I get something out of each story and it's not merely thrills and excitement. I think about spiritual things, which is somet [...]

    10. Ok, well, maybe a one star rating is a bit too harsh, (so I will up it to 1 and a half), but I have read Ted Dekker novels before and felt this one was just not "right". The beginning of the book had a great premise, that of a priest turned vigilante going after all those bad guys that the law just couldn't or wouldn't touch. I enjoyed his character and the background of what made him chose to follow the path he does. Even the inclusion of the druggie, soon to be sex slave was not bad, However, [...]

    11. This theme is rather exceptional.Father Danny Hansen is a most unusual priest who does the most unusual things in his spare time, because of his horrible past. He rids the world of evil, but only those proven guilty. If the badguy turns down his offered choice of repentance he judges him and uses the kind of punishment he finds appropriate - most likely the worst. For every life he takes, he saves a wife, children or involuntary prostitutes. When punishing the guilty for their sins, Danny does i [...]

    12. Knowing this is a Ted Dekker book--the author that shares the first place spot with Frank Peretti when it comes to my favorite Christian suspense/thrillers--I knew I would enjoy the book. When I finally began the book it was already midnight, but I just wanted to read the first chapter and get a taste of the book. That was impossible! 5 chapters later I reluctantly stopped for the night. Needless to say, this had a great beginning that grabbed my attention and held it throughout the entire book! [...]

    13. My favorite books by Ted Dekker are Blink, Three, Adam, The Bride Collector, and Immanuel’s Veins. I am a huge fan of his. All of these books gripped me from the first word and did not let go, making me feel like I was living rather than reading the story. Sadly, The Priest’s Graveyard was not like those books. Don’t get me wrong, I did like the book and it made some very good points and for that I gave it four stars. So I will first list the things I liked about the book. The main theme w [...]

    14. Rant:You know what's worse than finding a book published in 2011 with a passive, weak female character? Finding a book this modern with a female character who isn't passive but is all of the following: completely incompetent, single-minded, helpless, weak, pitied by a Strong Male Lead, incapable of proper reasoning, incapable of anything in general, overemotional and unnecessarily irrational, etc etc etc. Her positive traits basically boil down to being pretty. This book could have been publishe [...]

    15. The Priest's Graveyard started off really good and I thought I was going to love the book. Unfortunately, the middle section wasn't that engaging to me and I got kind of bored. I wasn't a fan of the times in the story when it felt like we were just getting a lot of Renee's thoughts about what had happened. I'm also not of fan of how both of the main characters were killers. I did like how there was a surprising twist in the story - I definitely didn't expect it! The ending was a bit abrupt, so I [...]

    16. Reseña en españolThis is sooo great!What do I have to say? I loved everything! Although I guessed the main twist. Oh yeah! I did it! But I enjoyed everything! At the beginning I didn't like Renee but then, I loved the character and I think that she and Danny make a great couple.I'm shocked about the end and now I have the moral obligation to buy

    17. I think that The Priest's Graveyard can be summed up in two words: deliciously macabre. I totally did not see the twist coming at the end. You'd think I'd have learned by now.Update May 26, 2015I knocked off a star following my reread. Since so much of my enjoyment the first time around was from learning the plot twist, it wasn't quite as enjoyable this time. If only there was a way to wipe my memory!

    18. This book will keep you guessing until the end and leave you wanting for more. A very fast-pace read. I recommend this book to all Ted Dekker fans, old and new.

    19. Ted Dekker’s The Priest’s Graveyard is a riveting suspense/thriller character piece. The story starts with a woman named Renee Gilmore who feels a pressing need to deliver a written confession to a Father Andro, a Bosnian priest, from a Danny Hansen, who suffers a terrible personal heartbreak that shapes the rest of his life. It ends with a plea for God to have mercy on his actions. The scenario concludes with Renee's confession to Father Andro, “The rest begins with me.” From here, Dekk [...]

    20. Totally captivating from the beginning, I couldn't put it down! I enjoyed it so much and the plot was so well written, I read the whole book in fiveish hours!! Such a good book! As usual, Ted Dekker wrote a terrific story of redemption!

    21. I was lucky to be one of many given the opportunity to read and participate in a blog tour of The Priest's Graveyard I have to say I really enjoyed this book. If you are interested in getting this book then go to the website.The book ended completely different than I thought it would. Ted Dekker is an author whose works I will definitely read. In The Priest's Graveyard we find two major characters who have individual stories that intertwine and change them both. Danny is a very unusual priest As [...]

    22. 4.5/5One minute your a young girl traveling across the country to make a better life, the next your a strung out heroin addict dying in an alley, the next your being saved by a man who you think is an angel but actually is a demon who punishes you with his sick tricks and then your working with a vigilante priest who kills the scum of the earth. It could only be in a Ted Dekker novel that we find the lives of Renee and Danny. A woman dragged through every possible horror you can imagine and a ma [...]

    23. As a teenager, Danny Hansen witnesses his mother and sisters murdered in Bosnia by Serb Orthodox during the bitter war between them and his Roman Catholic village. He retaliates, joins the rebels, but finally trying to leave his haunted memories behind he immigrates to America where he becomes a priest. However, as a priest he becomes almost an avenging angel, sending the evil and powerful to their graves. He rescues Renee who had been picked up by an abusive man to become his house and sex slav [...]

    24. The Priest’s Graveyard is a very different book. The characters are unique and the story line very unusual. Two people from very different backgrounds meet and join forces to reach a common goal. Danny Hansen is a priest but a very unusual priest. Danny is originally from Bosnia where he watched his mother’s murder. He avenged his mother before he came to America. He has set out to avenge other people who have suffered at the hands of tyrants.Renee Gilmore is a young woman who had left her h [...]

    25. Good thing I try my best to finish what I start. This book is AWFUL! 1)Renee Gilmore rescued by Lamont after being chased by her former drug dealer boyfriend. OK. So whatever happened to the boyfriend. And If Renee was so bad azz about revenge, why not go after the guy who was the absolute reason and cause for your life to be the way it was.2)What’s the reason for these dumbazz cleansing? Doesn’t have a symbolic reason. Is it to cleanse her soul for her wrong doing or for Lamont to keep her [...]

    26. Every time I finish a book by Ted Dekker I shake my head and say "WOW." And that's pretty much all I can say after the crazy ride I just went on. The Priest's Graveyard is intense and thrilling and challenging. It messes with your mind and you're not sure what's right and what's wrong. How far would you go, rather, how far should you go, to stop someone from hurting someone else? In the story, Danny believes it's his job to go as far as killing someone to save the people that person is hurting. [...]

    27. Once again, Dekker has written a completely riveting thriller. This time, the protagonist is a vigilante priest who begins his righting of wrongs in Bosnia after the brutal murders of his mother and sister. The reader understands his need for making the world a better place by taking out the murderers in the name of God. Except that it makes him a little more like the brutal soldiers in Bosnia who did what they did in the name of God, as well. That's just an observation by the reader.Next we fin [...]

    28. This is my first Ted Dekker novel, but it won't be my last (I have my eye on The Bride Collector). The book had me guessing right up until the end. Danny was a terrific character- it was easy to empathize with him and to want him to get vengeance, but it was just as easy to see that what he was doing was wrong. Renee was a much harder character to connect with- but the way her mind worked and the way her chapters read made it easy to see the confusion and mental issues she had. I love revenge st [...]

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