Book Review: The Last Christian

The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe meets the Matrix is how I would describe this book. It’s captivating, intriguing, thought provoking and nicely written.

Captivating – If you could live forever on Earth, would you? That’s the basic premise of the book, which is set in 2088.

Intriguing – Fictional story of characters who I grew to admire and like.  A missionary from the jungle receives a 16 year old message that tells her she is suppose to convert the world back to Christianity, which had been semi-outlawed in the United States, because when you spoke about it it did not allow for you to believe in other religions. 

Thought provoking – Some of the ideas presented in the book aren’t that different from what is happening in today’s medical society.  In this book, ways of regenerating every part of your body, including the brain had been discovered.  What happened when your brain was replaced, well, I’ll leave that for you to read.

Nicely written – Not too long, not too short. Nice story and fast paced, easy to pick of the book and lose yourself in it!

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

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