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One game. Seven players. Three rules. Game ends at dawn.
Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : Thomas Nelson, 2011.
ISBN: 9781418537142
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Dekker, Ted 1962-
Summary: One game. Seven players. Three rules. Game ends at dawn.


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Mar 13, 2018

This book took off much better than the last PERETTI book i read (Monster). This one I couldn't quiet tell where the author was heading (as in the main point) until about the last 4 chapters in the book. Other than that downside it at least kept me wanting to come back and finish it. There were a few loose ends that I wish the authors would have tied up, but overall a decent read.

Jul 01, 2017

It was good & drew me in pretty quickly. It got slightly confusing when it took a strange demonic turn to it. Even after reading it, I still can't understand that house.

Sep 30, 2016

This book is considered a horror novel. Though I do not find it horrifying others may think otherwise.

bookgeek101 Mar 02, 2013

I loved this book, it was the perfect blend of scary, truth, suspense and horror. This is not like other books I've read, but definitly worth the read. I think this book really makes you think, which is why it is so important.

jmiss Jan 24, 2013

Creepy, dark, and absolutely amazing!! Parts are a bit weird, but overall, fantastic book. Not appropriate for younger readers.

larrydu822 Jul 30, 2012

I enjoyed this book. For the most part, the pages kept turning. However, it had that Peretti trademark lull in the middle. The outcome was somewhat predictable, but most readers wouldn't have any other way.

Jul 16, 2012

Very disappointing. There is a very thin line between a great combination and a mixture of oil and water when it comes to using the supernatural and religious elements in a book and this one was definitely oil and water

May 22, 2012

Suspenseful and scary! Great read, and well written. I love his writing style and he sure didn't disappoint in this story.

KileyP May 04, 2012

In classic Peretti and Dekker style, this thriller scares your pants off from the get-go. They've both mastered the art of creating creeps that set your skin to crawling before they've even done anything abhorrent (and they always do something abhorrent eventually!). Fans of the Saw movies will love the aspect of social fear and how it spreads through groups of strangers and how they handle the pressure of...well, that would be a spoiler! Check it out for yourself to see what two masters of the thriller and horror genres have in store.

Dec 16, 2011

I love this book! i also recomend the movie. but it isnt really like the book i would read the story first

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bookgeek101 Mar 02, 2013

Frightening or Intense Scenes: Lots of the characters start to think about the possibility of killing someone else to live. Throughout the book, people do crazing things to live.

bookgeek101 Mar 02, 2013

Sexual Content: Nothing terrible, one innuendo, and a one scene may be on a sensual side, but it is more frightning.

bookgeek101 Mar 02, 2013

Violence: The whole story line is that someone is suppose to die for others to live.

bookgeek101 Mar 02, 2013

Coarse Language: Not a lot of swearing, mostly using Gods name in vain.


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Sep 30, 2016

Joshua_2000 thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over

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bookgeek101 thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over

Jun 13, 2008

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