What would you do, if you had been living in a jungle your whole life? Your family and whole village dies? You are the last one on the entire planet who believes what you do? Then, as if your life is not incredibly difficult already, the people that are in your life that you can trust start dying? Then you find out someone is trying to kill you?
When I first started reading The Last Christian, I said Oh, no, I don’t like science fiction. I kept reading, even though it wasn’t my usual genre. You know what? The story line just drew me in, and kept me. And fairly quickly I might add.
Actually, it’s not really science fiction, I think it might be more accurately classified as “futuristic”. I know, what I have described doesn’t sound like science fiction or futuristic. How about brain transplants with silicon brains? How about eliminating physical death altogether? Aw, but the cost of these is much greater than money, with eternal consequences.
Here’s a video about The Last Christian
I really enjoyed reading The Last Christian and recommend it. My teenage daughter is reading it now, and liking it.
I was not only sent a copy of The Last Christian to review, I was sent a copy to giveaway!
To enter this giveaway for your very own copy of The Last Christian, just leave a comment on this post. This giveaway will end on Friday June 11th at 11:59 pm. After which time, I will use random.org to choose the winner. The winner will be notified by email and have 48 hours to respond. If no response within 48 hours, I will select a new winner. So please make sure that I can find your email.
I’m sure you will enjoy The Last Christian as much as I did.
This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group. As always, this review is my own opinion.