The Oath has ratings and reviews. Robert said: Frank Peretti, The Oath (Word, )I got this a few years back from my mother as a Christmas. An ancient sin. A long forgotten oath. A town with a deadly ing evil is at work in Hyde River, an isolated mining town in the mountains of the P. 9 Sep The Oath by Frank Peretti is one of those few books known as Christian suspense or horror. Frank Peretti has helped to pioneer this field, and.
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Despite its thick volume, this book is a very engaging read, especially for me who always love a good mystery story.
After ;eretti couple days, Maggie becomes strangely unaware of her rash and makes her way through the town to Old Town, an abandoned town near Hyde River. From attempted murders and ancient oaths, to tracking a beast that just might be tracking you, The Oath is an excellent, thrilling story.
Este libro resulta, por lo general, aburrido. Only when Hyde River’s secrets are exposed is the true extent of the danger fully revealed.
And it would go on for chapters at a time. Cue the hysterical fears about godless scientists and public schoolteachers now, folks. Her husband has just been killed in a most gruesome way and the police are trying to pass it off as a bear, but as one very special small towns secret’s begin to emerge some are speculating that it wasn’t a bear at all.
The “Oath” itself symbolizes how some try to hide sin, and the bear that was initially blamed for Cliff’s death represents scapegoats that sinners often use to excuse their sin. Benson begins to listen with seriousness to the ravings of an old hermit who says that there’s a dragon who lives in Saddlehorse Mountain and who lives on sin.
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Had he stayed right peretto he was and kept going in this vein till the end, The Oath might have hit my top ten reads of the year list. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. The town’s founder, Benjamin Hyde, was believed to have control over the dragon, and was the ancestor of Harold Bly.
He mentions it, but he and his characters seem blissfully innocent of what it actually is. Mommy-zombie is someone I try to avoid to be at all costs!
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Books by Frank E. I was able to read this novel for hours and never grow tired. The author did trank excellent job describing the mountainous area in which the story takes place. Creepy Posted March 26, This book is such a great picute of what sin does in your life. The suspense will probably keep you turning pages, and the gory I’ve never read Frank Peretti’s stuff before and ths no idea he was a prolific Christian author, so when I got a mouth full of Jesus in the middle of a book about a tye who eats a bunch of people, I wasn’t happy.
D in Biological Science and a professorship at Colorado State University teaching environmental science and biology, is not satisfied.
It really gives you reason to think about your own life, and how you’re living. Joining him in his investigation is Sheriff’s Deputy Tracy Ellis, who has seen enough cases swept under the rug by authority to know that something is amiss. Okay, I’m not saying I have a problem with Christian thrillers because that would be a poor stereotype.
Something that doesn’t just stalk its victims, but has the power to turn hearts black with decay as it slowly fills their souls with oagh. Not the response the author was probably trying to achieve. Why does Bly have so much control of the people of the town? See 2 questions about The Oath….
Many of us sin, shrug it off, and keep doing it. After finding problems with a theory involving a bear attack, he teams up with local sheriff’s deputy Tracy Ellis.
This book was an OK book by my standards. Everything is low-key, well-done, visible to those who know peeretti to look for. Sucede en un pueblo que oculta oscuros secretos y en el cual un ente me misterioso asesina personas.
And for the first four hundred pages of this five-hundred-odd page book, that’s what it remains. And the townspeople made me so mad! It had a good message, but it was drug out to no end. Later, two different types of artwork were used in the paperback re-releases of The Oath. This page was last edited on 31 Octoberat This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Ah, Frank Peretti, you did it again!