Our world will end in days unless Thomas Hunter can literally dream up the antidote to a deadly supervirus. Throughout the events of the previous two books, Black and Red, Thomas and a handful of key players have crossed back and forth between two realities whenever they fell asleep. In one reality, Thomas is a great warrior, defending his people from mutants called the Horde. In the other, he is the only man who can stop the Raison strain from wiping out humanity.

The two realities blend ever more closely in this final book, the fate of each dependent on the other. The divine hand of God moves in both realms, yet the agonized choices of men determine the outcome.

Dekker delivers a blockbuster finale to a high-thrill trilogy. Startling plot twists and a forbidden love engrave upon readers' hearts the true meaning of God's joyful union with all who will engage in the Great Romance. (Oct., 352 pp., $19.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jill Elizabeth Nelson