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The Last Christian

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5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Overwhelming and interesting!Thought provoking!

THE LAST CHRISTIAN by David Gregory is an Inspirational Sci-fi thriller set in the future, the year 2088. It is well written with depth and detail. It is very deep and overwhelming at times but it has a great message throughout the book. It is also full of bible referen...
THE LAST CHRISTIAN by David Gregory is an Inspirational Sci-fi thriller set in the future, the year 2088. It is well written with depth and detail. It is very deep and overwhelming at times but it has a great message throughout the book. It is also full of bible references. It is a throught provoking, and very interesting in "what if's". It has betrayal, suspense, sadness, action, faith, a little romance, intrigue and religious themes. The characters will pull you in and keep you there. They are exciting, strong and innocent. There are also evil characters in this story. If you enjoy sci-fi thrillers, and throught provoking that leave you wondering about the future of Christianity in the modern world this is definate the book for you. This book was received for review from Waterbrook and details can be found at My Book Addiction and More and Random House Publishing.

posted by AAR on May 25, 2010

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4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

Not for me....

My review of the book The Last Christian. In the future tolerance has come to pass and Christianity no longer exists. Abigail Caldwell grew up in a remote jungle in Papua New Guinea. A disease killed her village, forcing her into a real world that she has no connection ...
My review of the book The Last Christian. In the future tolerance has come to pass and Christianity no longer exists. Abigail Caldwell grew up in a remote jungle in Papua New Guinea. A disease killed her village, forcing her into a real world that she has no connection to.

It is almost scary how easily the reader can imagine the circumstances in the story coming to pass. It is a little eerie to think this may not be so far in the future anymore for us. The faith aspect of this story is very thought provoking, the reader will definitely look at the gospel in a brand new light. There is a heavy focus on life, a little love, and tolerance that is not so tolerant.

This book was provided to me for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group.

posted by JodyJ on June 2, 2010

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  • Posted June 2, 2010

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    Not for me....

    My review of the book The Last Christian. In the future tolerance has come to pass and Christianity no longer exists. Abigail Caldwell grew up in a remote jungle in Papua New Guinea. A disease killed her village, forcing her into a real world that she has no connection to.

    It is almost scary how easily the reader can imagine the circumstances in the story coming to pass. It is a little eerie to think this may not be so far in the future anymore for us. The faith aspect of this story is very thought provoking, the reader will definitely look at the gospel in a brand new light. There is a heavy focus on life, a little love, and tolerance that is not so tolerant.

    This book was provided to me for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group.

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 30, 2010

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    Not an easy read

    Abigail, a lady who has lived in a jungle has had her whole tribe mysteriously die from
    a death and she is forced back into a world so different. Times have changed but has Christianity?

    This book was very hard for me to read. In fact, I started over twice and read aloud to my husband just to make sure it wasn't just me. He said "Are you getting tired Dear?" - meaning you are putting me to sleep - please quit reading.

    This book did not inspire me and it was difficult to follow. I could not recommend it especially as an easy read.

    I also could not recommend it for younger readers just for the material that is suggested.

    Blessings to you! You are loved!

    Note: I was sent complimentary copy for review purposes only. This review has not been monetarily compensated. The review was my honest opinion and views and not influenced by the sponsor in any way.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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