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Title: SEEKING ADAM (Galactic Redemption)

Auhtor: Pete Kozier

Publisher: Pete Kozier

Publishing Date: 11 April 2012

ISBN: 978-1475227383

Star Rating: 3 out of 5

 

Alien missionaries are sent to earth with a message. The occupants of the different planets are seeking a great truth. Earth is the last place in the universe that anybody would think of searching for the truth.

“I’m doomed. There’s no way I’m going to survive the night in this jungle. I hope the missions ship outran the patrol. If they come after me…I don’t want to think about it.”

Is that the voice of a human missionary in the jungle? No, it is Twilla who is stranded on planet earth while the Norgratz are looking for her. If they catch her, she is going to spend her days in a nasty prison. She comes across Christians who…you will have to read the story to find out.

Seeking Adam is a refreshing twist on a Sci-Fi-missionary-redemption story. Whether you believe in aliens or not, Seeking Adam draws you in, making you part of this inter-galactic drama.

Have you ever had a conversation with an alien chatting about your faith? No, well perhaps you will get the opportunity while reading Seeking Adam.

I enjoyed reading Seeking Adam; seeing page by page how the plot unfolds with the gospel of Jesus Christ in the centre of it.

The message I received from Seeking Adam is that Jesus died for everybody’s sins and anybody can accept Him as their Saviour. Seeking Adam also reminds us that sometimes the truth is under our noses; we miss it because we tend to judge and make assumptions.

Reader’s Favorite, as part of their media review bloggers program provided this book to me for free in exchange for this honest review.

 

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