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The Last Christian on Earth

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Mary, the last Christian on Earth, is handed a notebook in her cold prison cell. Her captors give her one final chance to renounce her faith – if she does not, she will be executed in the morning.

Instead, Mary chooses to chronicle the remarkable journey that led her to this prison cell. From being raised in the tunnels below America to trying to start a new Christian commu
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Published November 30th 2011 by Eternal Faith Publishing
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first from this writer for me...saw it on of a multitude if you visit there often enough, free books...can't beat the price, the title is catchy, the few reviews suggest the story or editing are wanting, the concept sounds intriguing, so here i am.

story begins:

dear lord,
please forgive me for i have never written to you before nor have i read a single word of your holy book. on this sweltering october evening, on what could very well be the last night of my life--i have been handed
Great, fantastic plot. But the application of the plot could use some work. There was so much "telling" of the story, that I couldn't get attached to any of the characters. People died left and right, and felt no emotion for them. But there was something about the plot that kept me wanting to finish the book and see what happened next.

This book was not well written and was poorly edited. It felt as if it was rushed to print, except that it doesn't exist in hard copy. The author had an interesting idea, and even the disjunction writing could be attributed to the emotional state of the protagonist. But. The British phrases seemed out of place for someone who theoretically comes from the United States. The writing is sometimes off-putting with regard to the Christian views. Rather han showing a belief in God as an asset, this of ...more
Audrey Grant
Different, futuristic, very not likely because God says in His Word that He will protect His Bible and it has also been proven time and time again through history that Christians actually MULTIPLY under torture and pressure, not diminish. Their testimony alone convicts and brings others to God.
Still a good read.
The idea was really clever. However, the editing was so horrible that I almost didn't finish it. Almost incomprehensible at times- I didn't know who was speaking nor to whom. Do NOT read this until the errors ( of which there are myriad) are corrected.
Like other reviewers, the premise was good, but the story-line difficult to follow at best. It feels more like a first draft (even given the journal-keeping nature of the telling) and needs heavy editing.
Well intentioned, but just not very good.
it was ok.
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