This week I am giving away one copy of
Matt Mikalatos’ newest book:
Night of the Living Dead Christian

Winner chosen at random will be announced at 10:00PM, Sunday.

Here’s the deal ….
CONTEST:   YOU write the story …
Each comment will be the next line in the story!

To enter:
1)  Read the comments below – specifically the most recent comment.
** I will open the story with the first comment which will be the first few lines from chapter 1 of Night of the Living Dead Christian, by Matt Mikalatos.
2)  Add your ONE SENTENCE comment as your version of what the next line in the story should be. *Please continue the story from the previous comment only.
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Have fun.     Ready …. Set … WRITE!


Night of the Living Dead Christian

Night of the Living Dead Christian
By Matt Mikalatos
Published By Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

What an entertaining read!  Just made me smile.

Related links:
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Author Website (Matt Mikalatos)
Publisher Website (Tyndale)

I didn’t really know what to expect. Night of the Living Dead Christian is the first book by Mikalatos I have read. Though it took me a few chapters to get a grip on his unique style of writing, I am very glad I stuck with it.

The story-line is centered around Mikalatos and his interesting, to put it mildly, neighbors.  Making his rounds one evening to assure the security of his neighborhood, Mikalatos accidentally stumbles into the midst of a unique experiment by a couple of mad-scientist type characters.  These “characters” turn out to be a neighbor and his robot creation. As Mikalatos is unintentionally, and very much reluctantly, pulled into their scheme, he begins to see many of his neighbors in a completely different way.  The humor of the plot keeps the read light, while the theology woven throughout is sound.

Written with comic book style humor, light mystery, and sprinkled with biblical theology, Night of the Living Dead Christian will appeal primarily to teen and young adult readers. Which is a good thing. Without getting too “preachy” while presenting thought provoking doctrine, I can see this book serving as an evangelical outreach to a usually somewhat overlooked group of readers.

Recommend? Absolutely.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher, Tyndale House Publishers, through the Tyndale Blog Network book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”