Monday, April 11, 2011

The Final Summit by Andy Andrews

For those readers that enjoyed the inspirational fictional story by Andy Andrews, the Traveler's Gift, The Final Summit is a new inspirational novel that follows the life of the hero, David Ponder.  Aged, and overwhelmed with grief after the death of his wife, David learns that his life is not yet over and he still has an important work to accomplish.  His mission is to attend a summit with other individuals who are gifted- refered to as "travelers".  Through a series of unlikely and extraordinary encounters with historical as well as angelic personalities, the reader will be insprired by David's mission to save humanity which is "balanced on a precipice". In his journey, David learns (as well as the reader) that actual biblical events, such as they flood of the book of Geneisis were not simply fables or folk tales but actual world events with significance and purpose.  Although the skeptic or atheistic reader may dismiss  Andy Andrews' book as self serving religious propaganda, his fictional work is inspriational in the fact that it is based on the assumption that the bible is historical as well as the spiritual work of God.  Andrew's draws on historical facts to piece together a credible and motivating fictional piece of work.  For any reader interested in motivtional fiction, this would be a book that will not dissapoint.  As a blogger for booksneeze, I recieved a copy of this book from Thomas Nelson publishers for the purpose of writing this review.  The opinions expressed are my own.. 

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