A powerful novel of good, bad, and all that lies in between. Imagine answering your cell phone to a mysterious voice that gives you three minutes to confess your sin. If you don't, he'll blow the car you're driving to bits and pieces.So begins a nightmare that grows with progressively higher stakes. There's another phone call, another riddle, another three minutes to confess your sin. The cycle will not stop until the world discovers the secret of your sin. You have one huge problem: you don't have a clue what that sin is.
Thr3e is a psychological thriller that starts full-tilt and keeps the listener off balance until the very last suspense-filled minute.
©2003 Thomas Nelson, Inc. (P)2003 Thomas Nelson, Inc.
I have only listened to the Audio version so yes I would consider it better!
Hmmmm the guy who goes to semenary.... the good guy!
He was great at all of them, hes good at slightly changing his voice so you dont need to read who is speaking you can hear whom is speaking.
I was shocked to be fair!
I'd heard mixed reviews about this book, but those haters where wrong wrong wrong! was a quick easy read but it was interesting at the same time.
exciting story. I wouldn't say I loved it, but I did enjoy it. the character resolution was satisfying and the writing/reading was clear and concise.
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