The Heaven Trilogy Hardback
Heaven's Wager, Thunder of Heaven, and When Heaven Weeps
by Ted Dekker;
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The Heaven Trilogy
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This trilogy is the collection of three gripping, psychological thrillers that peel back the skin of this world to reveal a supernatural reality rarely seen.
A daring wager of life and death in Denver.
An unfathomable leap of faith in a small Balkan village near the end of WWII.
A global struggle for power that begins deep in the Amazon jungle.
All three stories are bound together by one family's timeless, harrowing discovery of love and all that is unseen.
The Heaven Trilogy offers a window into a world more real and vital than most people ever discover here on earth.
A hidden world where the real dramas of the universe--and our daily lives--continually unfold.
"Well, well, well, guess what I've found. A fiction writer with a rare knack for a compelling story. Expansive... Clever... A provocative read." - Best-selling author Frank Peretti for Heaven's Wager.
"Don't miss this book. Don't miss this author's writing. And don't miss the point. Beautiful and suspenseful. I'll have to read this one agian." - Eric Wilson, author of the Jerusalem Unded Trilgoy, for When Heaven Weeps.
The Heaven Trilogy by Ted Dekker was published by Thomas Nelson in October 2010 and is our 15427th best seller. The ISBN for The Heaven Trilogy is 9781595547804.
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|Page last updated||25th February 2017|
|Author / Artist||Ted Dekker|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (October 2010)|
|Number of Pages||1061|