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Blink explained Blink , review Blink , trailer Blink , box office Blink , analysis Blink , Blink 108d The Future Changes In The BLINK Of An Eyeor Does It Seth Borders Isn T Your Average Graduate Student For Starters, He Has One Of The World S Highest IQs Now He S Suddenly Struck By An Incredible Power The Ability To See Multiple Potential Futures.Still Reeling From This Inexplicable Gift, Seth Stumbles Upon A Beautiful Woman Named Miriam Unknown To Seth, Miriam Is A Saudi Arabian Princess Who Has Fled Her Veiled Existence To Escape A Forced Marriage Of Unimaginable Consequences Cultures Collide As They Re Thrown Together And Forced To Run From An Unstoppable Force Determined To Kidnap Or Kill Miriam.Seth S Mysterious Ability Helps Them Avoid Capture Once, Then Twice But With No Sleep, A Fugitive Princess By His Side, Hit Men A Heartbeat Away, And A Massive Manhunt Steadily Closing In, Evasion Becomes Impossible.An Intoxicating Tale Set Amidst The Shifting Sands Of The Middle East And The Back Roads Of America, Blink Engages Issues As Ancient As The Earth Itselfand As Current As Today S Headlines.

  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • Blink
  • Ted Dekker
  • English
  • 11 April 2017
  • 0849945119

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10 thoughts on “Blink

  1. says:

    This book was a bit of a wild ride Whew I enjoyed it s heady, brainy approach and the consequently mysterious and exciting adventure that ensued Though, I must say that overall, I left the book feeling very disappointed IT was one of those stories that you have such high hopes for as you read it, and then when it wraps itself up or fails to do so you walk away disappointed and shaking your head Also, let it be known, I actually read the republishing of this under the title, In the Blink o This book was a bit of a wild ride Whew I enjoyed it s heady, brainy approach and the consequently mysterious and exciting adventure that ensued Though, I must say that overall, I left the book feeling very disappointed IT was one of those stories that you have such high hopes for as you read it, and then when it wraps itself up or fails to do so you walk away disappointed and shaking your head Also, let it be known, I actually read the republishing of this under the title, In the Blink of an Eye LIKES The adventure Like I said.really exciting Once I got past the slow start, I read the last two thirds in one day, mostly because I was trying to figure out what the heck was going on Clive I wanted him to be a good guy so bad and I was really happy that he finally was Spoiler alert Actually, Clive was conceivably my favorite character in the whole book D I was invested in the char...

  2. says:

    First off, Ted Dekker is not qualified to write this novel He is neither an expert in physics nor an expert in Saudi Arabia It was almost insulting that he puts on the front of having deep insight into either Second, the use of seeing the future as a plot device felt like a huge cop out Dekker takes the supposedly smartest man in the world and instead of using his intellect, he uses magic to get out of the random sticky situations he finds himself in Don t get me wrong, there is a place for First off, Ted Dekker is not qualified to write this novel He is neither an expert in physics nor an expert in Saudi Arabia It was almost insulting that he puts on the front of having deep insight into either Second, the use of seeing the future as a plot device felt like a huge cop out Dekker takes the supposedly smartest man in the world and instead of using his intellect, he uses magic to get out of the random sticky situations he finds himself in Don t get me wrong, there is a place for magic in literature It just belongs in the realm of science fiction and fantasy The main character Seth is certainly no Kwisatz Haderach who can be many places at once On a final not...

  3. says:

    I loved this book An adventure, romance and a man and a woman s search for the Truth It was incredibly well written, fast paced, easy to read and easy to understand, plus a hilarious, frightening and edge of your seat plot.An atheist student Seth Border at a small college with an IQ of 196 Einstein s was 160 something who has discovered a strange ability he has to see multiple futures in the blink of an eye, runs into a Saudi Arabian Princess on the run from her family and her nation, who I loved this book An adventure, romance and a man and a woman s search for the Truth It was incredibly well written, fast paced, easy to read and easy to understand, plus a hilarious, frightening and edge of your seat plot.An atheist student Seth Border at a small college with an IQ of 196 Einstein s was 160 something who has discovered a strange ability he has to see multiple futures in the blink of an eye, runs into a Saudi Arabian Princess on the run...

  4. says:

    Amazing writing It is obvious Ted is a Christian but he never preaches at you He just lets the character cope with the situation in their lives and watches God deliver.This particular book appealed to the linear...

  5. says:

    don t like it full stop i have nothing against Dekker really but i would suggest him to really study the religion before he tries to write about it nothing in the book shows the way a Muslim live.first, Muslims take each of the five pillars seriously not one is less important than the other second, no religious man would have commit violence against woman if he do, that means he is not a religions man simple an uncle kicking his niece until she is being admitted into the hospital for a don t like it full stop i have nothing against Dekker really but i would suggest him to really study the religion before he tries to write about it nothing in the book shows the way a Muslim live.first, Muslims take each of the five pillars seriously not one is less important tha...

  6. says:

    I won t waste electrons by repeating the plot of the book there s a sketch above but I will give my uncensored opinion This book is an indictment on Anglo bibliophiles In other words, we re a bunch of tarnal fools, and Ted Dekker knows it Here s the method Take an attention getting subject like islamic extremism never mind where you buy it, whether it s the genuine article, or whether you even know what it is Take some cool surfing stuff from California Add in some royalty to spice up t I won t waste electrons by repeating the plot of the book there s a sketch above but I will give my uncensored opinion This book is an indictment on Anglo bibliophiles In other words, we re a bunch of tarnal fools, and Ted Dekker knows it Here s the method Take an attention getting subject like islamic extremism never mind where you buy it, whether it s the genuine article, or whether you even know what it is Take some cool surfing stuff from California Add in some royalty to spice up the first and some genius to justify the second that is just to show up on the ingredients list, because it really won t affect the taste of the final product at all Add three tablespoons of your broadest and blandest Christianity, don t mix it in to...

  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here ETA Oh man The ending of this book turned this overall mediocre, yet still page turning story into a true stinker What I wrote earlier is still relevant for the first 3 quarters of the book, but by the end, the story takes a turn into the preposterous.What went wrong I hate to do it, but it is the final, climactic scene where Seth, our resident genius turned savior of princesses, gives up on trying to see the future and puts faith in God to swoop in and save the day.Quite literally a Deus e ETA Oh man The ending of this book turned this overall mediocre, yet still page turning story into a t...

  8. says:

    Seth Borders, a genius student in the graduate program at Berkley, thinks he s seeing things Not hallucinations, exactly Definitely not visions the term has too many religious connotations More like the future The future is just math, after all calculating possibilities Seth has always been brilliant at math though the future thing is starting to freak him out a littleBlink Miriam is on the run Her father is trying to force her into a political marriage to a man she knows to be Seth Borders, a genius student in the graduate program at Berkley, thinks he s seeing things Not hallucinations, exactly Definitely not visions the term has too many religious connotations More like the future The future is just math, after all calculating possibilities Seth has always been brilliant at math though the future thing is starting to freak him out a littleBlink Miriam is on the run Her father is trying to force her into a political marriage to a man she knows to be abusive Her adoptive father would kill her before he allowed it Knowing that her only hope for freedom lies in escape, she flees Saudi Arabia for America, hoping to enlist the aid of an old school friend at BerkleyBlink Seth sees her before he meets her and Arabic woman, a hand holding a gun pointed at her face He ...

  9. says:

    Another good book by Ted Dekker All though not his best book, but still the plot and characters make it a book that can stand on its own The two main characters are certainly very different than each other, one a princess and the other a genius American college student Both end up falling love, some thing you could see coming from the very beginning I believe both characters, especially Seth, neededdepth Seth s genius mind really did seem that noticeable through most of the book The Another good book by Ted Dekker All though not his best book, but still the plot and characters make it a book that can stand on its own The two main characters are certainly very different than each other, one a princess and the other a genius American college student Both end up falling love, some thing you could see coming from the very beginning I believe both characters, especially Seth, neededdepth Seth s genius mind really did seem that noticeable through most of the book The other surrounding characters fellon the cliche side of most Dekker novels But the idea of someone seeing many different futures at once is a very good concept and should have been used increative ways Dekker does a good job at exploring the world of the Middle East and expanding on the struggle woman face in that society But being a Chris...

  10. says:

    This book was a page turner from the beginning It kept me up late Most books take me two or three weeks to read, but I read this one in under a week The plot is riveting The main character, Miriam, is destined for a life of brutality and loneliness Her entire life has been planned for her from the moment of birth and she has absolutely no say in what befalls her In fact, objections of any kind are a sure death sentence Women in her culture are nothingthan objects whose sole purpose This book was a page turner from the beginning It kept me up late Most books take me two or three weeks to read, but I read this one in under a week The plot is riveting The main char...

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