Monday, May 24, 2010

Last Christian, suspense novel giveaway

I read an exciting novel, set in A.D. 2088, and titled "The Last Christian", written by David Gregory. The author wrote a best selling novel "Dinner With a Perfect Stranger".
The United States, in this work of fiction, has abandoned the Christian religion, and the world is on the brink of disaster. A scientist has decided to kill a billion people to push the survivors in to adopting his invention. The heroine is Abby Caldwell, who was raised by her parents in a remote village in the South Pacific. Abby is a devoted Christian who travels to the United States and experiences culture shock.
This book was provided for review by Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group, and I am giving my copy to one person who leaves a comment here. I pick the winner using
Abby inadvertently breaks the Tolerance Act of 2036, when she spoke critically about other religions on a news show, and she faces being arrested for that. This act reminds me of recent actual laws which ban hate speech, both in the USA and in Australia.
Sometimes fiction, even science fiction, is eerily predictive of what could happen. 
So if you are interested leave a comment here for a chance to win a copy of this novel. 
Someone will win, and that winner could be you :)



Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Terra, this sounds most interesting!
Please enter my name in the drawing.


Amrita said...

Hi Terra, please enter my name too. This sounds like a good book

Heart2Heart said...


I loved this book as it shows the possibly of just what could happen to us in the very near future with headlines in the news today being a part of this book.

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Sparkles said...

Hi Terra, The book sounds eerily like some of the things going on in our world. Sparkles

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Very interesting sounding. Thanks for your sweet comments, I so appreciate your visits!

Laurence MacNaughton, Author said...

"Science fiction writers foresee the inevitable." I didn't say it (well, not originally), but Isaac Asimov did. Smart guy.

gayle said...

This book does sound very interesting!!

myletterstoemily said...

this sounds fascinating! thank you
for the great review!

Bethie said...

Sounds like a great read. Please count me in Thanks for the giveaway.

lizzi0915 at aol dot com

Heart2Heart said...


Please help me spread the word of a sister in Christ who so desperately needs help with a limited amount of time left.

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Nancy Medina said...

This sounds really good Terra! Thank you for the kind note on my art blog. It is wonderful to connect with you!