Forbidden (Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee novel)

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Forbidden
Author Ted Dekker & Tosca Lee
Country United States
Language English
Series Book of Mortals
Genre Christian Fiction
Published 09-2011 (FaithWords)[1]
Media type Print
Pages 448
ISBN 9781599953557[1]
Preceded by The Keeper (A Short Story Prequel to Forbidden)
Followed by Mortal

Forbidden is a science fiction fantasy novel by Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee, published in September 2011.[2] It is the first book in a trilogy,[3] and was followed by the novels Mortal (novel) in June 2012 and Sovereign in June 2013. A prequel, titled The Keeper was also published in 2011.

Plot[edit]

Forbidden takes place four-hundred eighty years after an unknown brush with extinction. Perfect order reigns, and the world is at peace. No more disease or famine. But then one day a man discovers the truth: every single soul on earth is actually dead. The human heart has been stripped of all that makes it human. Now only he is alive and only he has the knowledge that can once again awaken humanity. But the way is treacherous and the cost is staggering. For, indeed, in that day life itself is . . . forbidden.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/forbidden-ted-dekker/1100059438
  2. ^ Ted Dekker on Facebook: Forbidden Draft One -- Welcome to the Dungeon. Retrieved 1/27/2011
  3. ^ Ted Dekker on Facebook: A New Trilogy to match The Circle. Retrieved 1/27/2011