About the Book
Author: John Faubion
Genre: Christian Thriller
Release date: November 14, 2021
Jerold Steele has been canceled. His identity is stolen. His job is gone. Even more bizarre, the people around him are dying.
Each one was stalked and killed by a supernatural menace that hides
in darkness, and preys on the mind.
Facing exposure, the killer is eliminating every person that threatens him. In his world, there’s only room for one superman, and that superman is going to be him.
Brenda Neal wants to trust him, but the deaths terrify her. Is it better to hide, or fight with him?
CANCELED is a cutting-edge, page-turning thriller, a story you hope won’t be in tomorrow’s headlines.
Read CANCELED to find out what happens when the only thing that will stop a killer is Power no one never imagined.
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About the Author
He’s the father of five children, and lives in central Indiana with his wife.
More from John
Cancel Culture? This is worse.
All around us we see our culture changing, and not for the better. Sometimes it seems like all the voices we hear are filled with anger, hatred and intolerance.
There’s a reason for that: They are all rooted (you guessed it) in anger, hatred and intolerance.
It was time to step back and look at what it’s like to be canceled, but from an entirely different source: The Supernatural.
The main character is a preacher, but one of those who does NOT believe in a supernatural god. He doesn’t know what he believes. But when he’s finally confronted with a supernatural experience he cannot deny, he finds that walking on the dark side is going to cost him his life.
The only solution, both for him and the one he falls in love with, is to know God, and get access to the supernatural weapons he never dreamed existed.
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To celebrate his tour, John is giving away the grand prize package of a $50 Amazon gift card, along with a paperback copy of the book!!
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I had the pleasure of reading previous books by John Faubion. I was excited that he had a new release called Canceled and jumped at the chance to read it. I was far from being disappointed. He has a unique style of writing that keeps me intrigued. In this book, I was entertained from start to finish. I felt like I was on a thrilling roller coaster. This is not an easily predictable tale. I never knew what was going to happen next.
I am giving Canceled a very well deserved five plus stars. I highly recommend it for readers who enjoy reading clean romantic suspense. I look forward to reading more like this by John Faubion in the future.
I received a digital copy of Canceled from the publisher, but was not required to write a positive review. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.
Canceled sounds like a great book that I will enjoy reading! Thanks for sharing it with me! Thanks, Locks, Hooks and Books, for sharing your review! Have an awesome day!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your review, this sounds interestingReplyDelete
It sounds like an interesting book. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your excellent review! Canceled sounds intriguing.ReplyDelete
This is a distinct Christian thriller and sounds quite intriguing.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your gracious review.ReplyDelete
Spiritual warfare is the real thing.
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I love cover. It sets the stage for the book.ReplyDelete