The Astonishing Adventures of Missionary Max: Part 2

The Astonishing Adventures of Missionary Max: Part 2

by Andrew Comings
     
 
Maxwell Sherman flies to the tropical island nation of Cabrito to help a missionary family with some construction, but instead he arrives just in time to say goodbye to the missionaries as they hurriedly flee the country.
In the second installment of this gripping three-part series, Max reluctantly takes the reins of Cabrito’s small Protestant church as the

Overview

Maxwell Sherman flies to the tropical island nation of Cabrito to help a missionary family with some construction, but instead he arrives just in time to say goodbye to the missionaries as they hurriedly flee the country.
In the second installment of this gripping three-part series, Max reluctantly takes the reins of Cabrito’s small Protestant church as the building burns to the ground. Meanwhile, Max’s deepening relationship with Ilana, the jungle princess, has earned him a dangerous enemy: the powerful Emídio Santana, who always gets his way, no matter the cost.

Editorial Reviews

Bob Hayton
In a fast-paced, engaging manner, Comings masterfully weaves his tale set on the fictional island of Cabrito. Political intrigue, a mysterious past, shady villains and maniacal kingpins — the story doesn’t follow the script one imagines for a typical missionary adventure tale... If you’re looking for some wholesome fiction from a new and rising author, look no further than Missionary Max.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013765061
Publisher:
Engage Faith Press
Publication date:
01/04/2012
Series:
The Astonishing Adventures of Missionary Max , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
76 KB

Meet the Author

Born in Ithaca, New York, Andrew Comings visited Brazil for the first time when he was seventeen. He currently serves as a missionary in São Luís, Brazil, with his wife, Itacyara, and their two children, Michael and Nathanael.
Andrew blogs regularly in English at The Comings Communiuqé (http://www.comingstobrazil.com), and in Portuguese at the Caderno Teológico (http://cadernoteologico.wordpress.com).

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