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The Redemption

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
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Book Summary of The Redemption

The Redemption opens in the world’s most oppressive and isolated totalitarian state: Albania in the 1970s. A prisoner suspected of being an enemy agent is held by state security. An unsettling presence, he maintains an eerie silence though subjected to unimaginable torture. He escapes—and on the way to freedom, completes a mysterious mission. The prisoner is Dimiter, the American ‘agent from hell’. The scene shifts to Jerusalem, focusing on Hadassah Hospital and a cast of unusual characters. All become enmeshed in a series of baffling, inexplicable deaths, until events explode in a surprising climax. Told with unrelenting pace, The Redemption’s compelling, page-turning narrative is haunted by the search for faith and the truths of the human condition.

Details of Book: The Redemption (BSID:37844)

Book The Redemption
Author William Peter Blatty
ISBN 074995373X
ISBN-13 9780749953737, 978-0749953737
Binding Paperback
Publisher Little, Brown Book Group
Publishing Date 2011
Number of Pages 368
Language English
Dimensions 7.76 x 6.26 x 0.98 inches
Weight 292 grams

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Readersentertainment March 20, 2010 review from Goodreads

During 1973, a mysterious figure is taken captive in the totalitarian state of Albania and interrogated by authorities using extreme methods of torture. Impervious to pain and unwilling to speak about his true identity, the prisoner confounds his captors until his remarkable escape. One year late...

Mike January 02, 2010 review from Goodreads

Blatty, post-Exorcist, writes theologically-inclined thrillers like he's channeling the Middle Ages through some odd combination of Ben Hecht and Dashiell Hammett. There's a loopy Catskills spin on every bit of dialogue--everyone (priests, Albanian torturers, Shin Bet agents, neurologists with a...

Jeff August 08, 2011 review from Goodreads

An interesting and intriguing book.A man is captured in Albania during the cold war and tortured and he has a mission that involves the Vatican. The book later takes us to Jerusalem and the story continues as we first meet a doctor and then later the story switches to an Israeli detective.Some of...

Teddman May 20, 2010 review from Goodreads

Intriguing religious thriller (is that even a genre?) that somehow left me a bit unsatisfied. Though there's a steady supply of mysterious happenings and provocative developments, it never seems to add up to much momentum. It doesn't help that most of the pivotal moments of action happen "off pag...

Nick April 14, 2010 review from Goodreads

Blatty's mind-twirling mystery revolves around the elusive title character, a dead body found at the site of Christ's tomb, and an Arab Christian detective named Meral who attempts to piece these (and several other occurences) together in the wake of his recently-deceased wife and daughter.After...


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