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The Marks Of Cain by Tom Knox
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Apr 04, 12

it was ok
Read in April, 2012

Fictional stories based on the Bible, but not written by Christian authors are always interesting, if only for the information they get terribly wrong. Some authors guilty of this that come to mind are Dan Brown, author of the "Da Vinci Code" and W. Paul Young, author of "The Shack." Now I can add one more name to that list; Tom Knox and his book, "The Marks of Cain."

What could have been a good book about fanatics and fringe groups that believe in evolution, the biblical foundation for slavery or racial separation and the infallibility of science turned out to be a book filled with too many unbelievable plot devices. The violence was over the top, there was an overabundance of cursing, especially the F-dash, dash, dash word, and the heroes escaped from the killers no less than seven times.

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