About the Book
Book: Our Town Atheist
Author: Victoria Buck
Genre: Christian Women’s Fiction
Release Date: October 30, 2020
Small-town banker Adam Bender tackles a robber and loses. But that’s not what shakes the foundations of his well-managed life. He awakens in the hospital to the vision of an angel. But that’s not what casts doubt on his reasonable judgment. Turns out the angel is only a beautiful doctor—someone Adam wants to get to know better.
The bank robber is on the loose and out to get Adam. News spreads in the gossipy little town of Adam’s misfortune, his love interest, and his…atheism? He’d thought he could keep that a secret. But Adam Bender can handle it. Or, can he?
What happens one night on a mountain road leaves him questioning his worldview. And his sanity. And soon the whole town is waiting to find out if what Adam saw will alter his unbelief.
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About the Author
Victoria Buck is a native Floridian running a small business with her husband, who teaches her everything she needs to know about both melodrama and comic relief. Wake the Dead is her debut novel. Killswitch is the follow-up to book one. Transfusion is the last book in the trilogy about the world’s first transhuman.
Now, on to other stories! Victoria is currently working on two present-day novels. No transhumans or insurrections. Of course, there has to be a bit of a weird twist!
More from Victoria
Have you ever heard of a porkpie hat? Maurice is wearing one that terrible night when Adam sees him. The Chief of Police hasn’t seen a porkpie in Crossroads for decades, but old Mrs. Jones can tell you all about it. I wasn’t familiar with the hat until I wrote this story. Now I have one of my own!
I admit unusual characters pop into my head. Not your typical protagonist for someone who writes from a Christian worldview, Adam Bender showed up in my imagination after I wrote some blog posts about atheism. Those posts drew more response than I expected from the atheist community. Some were not so kind, but others wanted only to exchange ideas and explain their views in a non-confrontational manner. That’s when this easy-going, fictitious atheist began speaking to the writer in me. I let him talk for a while, and then I had to tell his story.
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To celebrate her tour, Victoria is giving away the grand prize package of an eBook copy of the book and a porkpie hat!!
Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.
Our Town Atheist is the first book I have read by Victoria Buck. I thought it was pretty good. I was not sure about Adam at first but he quickly grew on me and I enjoyed watching him grow throughout the book. I became intrigued with his character and often wondered where he would end up. It wound up being quite a powerful and thought provoking read. I believe many would be able to relate to it or see themselves as Adam.
Our Town Atheist will be getting four stars from me. I would be interested in reading more by Victoria Buck in the near future. I would love to see where her imagination will take her readers to next. I recommend this one for readers who enjoy reading clean fiction that is full of faith and inspirational.
I received Our Town Atheist from the publisher. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.
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