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I think I was permanently wide-eyed as I read the last quarter of the book.
- Fiction Aficionado
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Don’t let the word “dystopia” make your hands go up and your interest wane... the underlying message and depth of truth woven into the story makes this a superior read in the category.
- Sydney Drinkwater
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Rachelle Dekker has written a suspenseful follow-up to ‘The Choosing’. From page one, I was hooked and didn’t want to stop reading.
- Marian Baay
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You'll gasp as things appear to be falling apart and then you'll wonder at the apparent miracles that will lead you to an ending you won't want to miss. I'm now on pins and needles waiting for the third book!
- RSSMILES
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Rachelle Dekker has done it yet again! This book had me laughing, crying, and fully involved. I love how the essence of this book is truth and remembering who God made us to be.
- Bonita
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I wasn't sure she could do it again. After loving The Choosing as much as I did, I wondered how any continuation could give me the feels the way that book did. I'm so pleased to discover I was wrong.
- KelseyK
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Rachelle Dekker has created one of the strongest young adult fiction worlds that I have ever come across. I laughed. I cried. I rejoiced.
- Kristofer VanDaniker
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This novel, while part of a series, stands alone. It will suck you into the futuristic time warp and into the fear of the main character. This story reminded me of The Hunger Game series, with a Spiritual addition or twist.
- Mrs. C
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Reviews for The Choosing

At times frightening but often beautiful, this first volume of Carrington's story will leave readers eager for the next book of this new series.
- USA Today
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Dekker's debut is worth choosing.
- Publishers Weekly
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Whatever expectations you have of debut author, Rachelle Dekker, go ahead and put them aside. Rachelle, daughter to bestselling author, Ted Dekker, is carving out a space of her own. Her debut novel, The Choosing (Tyndale House), is a rich statement about the author's future and her impact on Christian fiction.
- Family Fiction
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