Ted Dekker / Jul 23, 2019

Renegade One of the chosen has gone renegade Turning his back on all that he once believed Billos does the forbidden and enters into a Book of History He lands in a reality as foreign to him as water is to oi

  • Title: Renegade
  • Author: Ted Dekker
  • ISBN: 9781418566258
  • Page: 271
  • Format: ebook
  • One of the chosen has gone renegade.Turning his back on all that he once believed, Billos does the forbidden and enters into a Book of History He lands in a reality as foreign to him as water is to oil a place called Paradise, Colorado He has strange new powers given to him courtesy of a mysterious figure known as Marsuvees Black.The chosen four have survived the desertOne of the chosen has gone renegade.Turning his back on all that he once believed, Billos does the forbidden and enters into a Book of History He lands in a reality as foreign to him as water is to oil a place called Paradise, Colorado He has strange new powers given to him courtesy of a mysterious figure known as Marsuvees Black.The chosen four have survived the desert, escaped the Black Forest, battled the Horde, and added a spirited refugee to their number But nothing has prepared them for the showdown that Billos, the renegade, is luring them into.

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      • 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.


    1. Probably my least favorite if the series so far, but I'm planning to continue. Hopefully now that they're on Earth (Las Vegas :D) the pace will pick up. XD

    2. This book was alright. Apparently the pattern is that each of the main characters get their own book in which they get to be a complete idiot and everyone else runs around trying to help them. This time it was Billos's turn and he sure did a bang up job of it. I continue to enjoy the new addition of Karas, who seems to be the only one of the group who possesses any amount of common sense. I'm crossing my fingers that she doesn't become infected with the stupidity that seems to afflict the rest o [...]

    3. Sometime after the year 4000 AD, history appears to be repeating itself as Teeleh, enemy of Elyon, overruns the once lush green forests. Those who are faithful to Teeleh, the desert Horde, have multiplied in number, and those loyal to Elyon, the Forest Dwellers, must recruit a new army as theirs dwindles. Thomas of Hunter, the Forest Dweller commander, carefully selects 1,000 worthy young men and women to replenish his diminishing troops.Heading up this unseasoned army are teenagers Johnis, Silv [...]

    4. Wow, Dekker really got back into form with Renegade. It might be that incorporating Black, one of Dekker's best characters and the equivalent of Stephen King's "Randall Flagg" character or that he included various elements of Showdown and Skin into this tale that gave it the boost it needed.or I suppose it could even just be that Ted really hit his stride here. but, whatever the reason, this book really sings. While the first two books told interesting and even gripping tales, the YA slant prese [...]

    5. This book was better than the last two. I enjoyed seeing the characters grow and learn the truth about their world. I especially love the Christian themes in these books. One of the other things that I love/hate is when the author ties in stuff from other series and you have to read all the other books to get the full picture. And while you don't have to read the other books to understand these books, you can still read the other books to understand the whole thing. The story seemed to be mainly [...]

    6. Not my favorite in the series. Authors seem to have a hard time bringing sympathy to characters whose weakness is pride. I am not sure why but this book seems to get to caught up in trying to teach us that pride is wrong instead of developing the plot. But it is a short read.

    7. this series is getting weirder and weirder.I like the epic like story at first, and now I am on a mission just to see where on earth Dekker is taking this story.

    8. While the last book focused largely on Johnis and Silvie, this one focuses more on Billos and Darsal, especially Billos, who is my least favorite character. Despite Billos being a frustrating person, it was interesting to see the shifts in his psyche as his power-hungry attitude consumed himThe other frustrating part was Darsal, who started off as the most badass character but quickly became weakened because of her love for Billos.Still, this was entertaining and more twisted than the other book [...]

    9. This had a slow and confusing start, which seemed to dampen the momentum from the second book in the series. But as you read, the book gets better and better. There is a particularly powerful moment for one of the characters toward the end that makes reading until you get there worth it. I also appreciated the cliffhanger ending of this book, setting everything up for the final book of the series.

    10. The continuing saga. Enjoying these books. Dekker has an interesting imagination. I like it! It's twisted, that's what keeps things interesting. I will continue reading the series, I know who will win, but I want to see how it all plays out.

    11. This series gets ever more complicated and confused. And also, Ted, just let your characters do their thing. Not go back and forth about it for six pages every single time they have to make a decision. It's like you're being paid by the word. Eesh.

    12. 3.5 starsDekker does it again. To be honest, I wasn't fond of the storyline. But I found myself asking the silent question multiple times: how in the world is Dekker going to resolve it this time? There was no possible resolution in my mind, but thick surprises awaited me. Chapter 31 (I charge you heavily not to skip to it; it'd spoil it for yourself) wasyond breathtaking, in a fantastically-formed sort of way. That alone reminded me why I so adore the writings of Mr. Dekker. That alone surged i [...]

    13. Renegade was better than book 2, but I would still like better. Dekker needs to take lessons from MacHale on portals and alternate Earth building. I felt like he struggled trying to describe modern Earth in terms that the kids from far future earth would use without insulting the intelligence of the reader. To summarize the story, one of the 4 main characters, Billos, gets power hungry, takes the Books of History they've collected so far and uses them to go to an alternate dimension -- it’s no [...]

    14. I don't know what it is about this one, but I love it. I definitely loved it more the first time I read it, but there is a certain charm about this book that I can't necessarily explain. Strangely enough, I thought the book's plot was something completely different and when I reread it, there was a certain amount of "WTF?" going on in my head, but it was wonderful, nonetheless. I like the transport to the different worlds and the connection between the different books as well. I don't know; it's [...]

    15. Before you read this, there are a ton of spoilers!All three of the books in the chronicles of the lost books, I discovered that all four books, chosen, infidel, renegade, and chaos, is like one large book cut in four. These books are about four young people working together to collect all seven books of history before the enemy does. In chosen, the main character, Jonas, discovers that he is chosen by his people's god, Elyon, to kill the most evil source in the world. Jonas and three others, Dar [...]

    16. The dreadful Lost Books series continues in Renegade, which slips from the sublime to the ridiculous.Fans of the wider Books of Histories Chronicles will know the drill after bad guy Billos disappeared into a book at the end of Infidel. He pops up in another place and time. But from here we go to all new levels of crazy, even by Chronicles standards.Yes, part of the action remains running round in circles in the desert between the Forest Guard and the Hoarde, but pretty much everything else is n [...]

    17. When Bilos betrays the team and disappears into the Books, Johnis, Silvie, and Darsal must rescue him. This is a really difficult book for me to review. I’m a huge fan of Ted Dekker, and I’m reading these books because they seem to be the glue that holds together his loosely related books: The Circle Trilogy, The Paradise Trilogy, and the stand-alone book Skin. However, I feel that this series of books suffers from two fatal flaws: 1) Dekker’s trying to be too clever and 2) Dekker’s hamm [...]

    18. Renegade, by Ted Dekker, is the third of the Lost Books series span the 15 year gap between "Black" and "Red" in Dekker's Circle Trilogy. The books can be read in any order, though they naturally flow best from 1 to 4. In Renegade, the book follows four top warriors chosen by Thomas Hunter (the leading protagonist of the Circle Trilogy), Johnis, Drasal, Billos, and Silvie. The book begins in the thick of action where Billos betrays his comrades and enters an alternate world in his lust for power [...]

    19. The Book:Billos’s own drive twirls him into the Book of History. He enters Paradise, Cororado, a foreign place to him. A mysterious figure, Marsuvees Black coaches Billos toward power. The other chosen set on a journey to find Billos. Another converted is added to their group. They are unprepared for the showdown that the renegade has lured them into.My Thoughts:Fast action and unstoppable suspense. The setting caused my memory to jump to the other books that Dekker has written. The dots are b [...]

    20. The book Renegade by Ted Dekker is about 4 recruits chosen to find the 7 books of history. But one of them, Billos, is more interested in personal gain and goes of into one of the books to try and acquire power. In this, he meets Marsuvees Black. Together they will attempt to acquire all of the books of history. My favorite part is when Black pretends to tie up and kill Darsal as a test to see where Billos' loyalties lie. Billos tries to kill Black and is rewarded by the fake Darsal disappearing [...]

    21. Interesting. Intriguing. Invigorating. Different. Strange. Weird. All words that describe this book. The first two books Chosen and Infidel have the same setting and then Renegade goes off somewhere totally nutso. Dekker does this type of thing, and he know he has a lot of ties in these novels to other series, it's just different. Fun. The overall message is great and the ending has another amazing cliffhanger that's pretty intense, out of the three it has the best cliffhanger. The journey is ju [...]

    22. This book wasn't terrible by the end. I felt like so much of the book was about building up to the next in the series that it ruined the current book. The events were spaced out and attempted to connect at the end and did so clumsily. The Christian religious alliteration was very cool and came unexpectedly. After reviewing it makes perfect sense though At the 3/4 mark of the book I was excited to finish more for the reason that I didn't know how it might end. All summed up, it had some fun and p [...]

    23. Book 3 of Lost Books Series finds Billos (1 of the 4 teens on the quest) going renegade, and finding himself in an alternate reality. Johnis, Silvie and Darsal are left with two books but now Darsal has gone renegade in her frantic hunt for Billos. They have added the converted Hord child, Karas, to their group, not intentionally, but because she thinks Darsal is her Aunt, and refuses to be left behind. Here we find Billos being tempted and swayed by power, through a virtual reality game, althou [...]

    24. Timothy found this for mehe had to go to 2 libraries and ask someone to help himhe found it in a stack, under another book. That boy really wants me to keep reading these! :)----I read this quickly get it over with sooner. Not my fav. Timothy didn't care for this one as much, either. Didn't care so much for a new character. These books wear me outey stay intense. As soon as one cliff-hanger might be resolved, another life-or-death situation occurs. I'm ready for a nice Sisterchick book drama, no [...]

    25. Billos is tuning his back on what he thought was true and breaks the most important law,he enters into a book of history. He lands in a reality so different than are's, a place Called Paradise,Colorado. I think that the book is a great book for fantasy lovers,action lovers, and also adventure lovers because it takes place in world ahead of our time but it seems though they are in the history's because they fight with daggers and swords and then when Bilos goes to paradise the are guns. In my opi [...]

    26. This book was a little better than the second book. This book was a quick read. Finish it in one sitting. In this book you get to learn more about the other two characters Darsal and Billos. I honestly hate those too. They were so annoying in this book. I could not stand them. I just want to strangle the both of them when I was reading this book. They frustrated the hell out of me. I don't know if that is what the author was trying to do, but if he was it worked. They were very selfish, but hey [...]

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