Book Review

The Final Summit by Andy Andrews was a refreshingly fun fiction book to read over the holidays.  Thomas Nelson publishing sent me a copy in exchange for a review right before I left for vacation, and I’m so glad they did!

The book is the second book in a series, but you don’t have to read book one to understand this book.  The story centers around the character David Ponder and his quest to help save mankind.   The intense plot structure combined with the historical figures and discussions  make this novel one that is hard to put down.

The only down side to this book is how Andrews portrays God.  I’ve heard Andrews speak before. and he speaks more as a self-help guru than a Christian inspirational speaker.  His book is written in much the same language.  While it is classified as a Christian novel, it does not portray God as an all-knowing, sovereign  God, but rather as one who is dependent on man to find the right answer to alleviate God’s frustration.    This inaccurate portral in a Christian fiction book nearly drove me crazy; however, I still enjoyed the overall storyline.

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