Maxwell Sherman flies to the tropical island nation of Cabrito to help a missionary family with some construction, but instead he arrives just in time to say goodbye to the missionaries as they hurriedly flee the country. An unprepared Max finds himself thrust into leadership of their fledgling congregation, and he soon discovers that the Cabritan government is not pleased by his presence. Unraveling this corrupt government’s plot will lead Max and the beautiful jungle princess, Ilana, across cultural lines, into a deep jungle, and through deadly peril.
Praise For The Astonishing Adventures of Missionary Max:
“In a fast-paced, engaging manner, Comings masterfully weaves his tale set on the fictional island of Cabrito. Political intrigue, a mysterious past, shady villains and maniacal kingpins — the story doesn’t follow the script one imagines for a typical missionary adventure tale. And Max is no missionary-want-to-be, he comes across as a man’s man who is forced into staying on Cabrito to make a difference.”
–Bob Hayton (FundamentallyReformed.com)
“The Astonishing Adventures of Missionary Max is a fun-filled adventure story with enough peril and intrigue to keep readers on the edge of their seats. Once I got into the story, I simply couldn’t put it down and finished it in one sitting. As far as the content of the story goes, there isn’t anything here that would prevent me from heartily recommending the book to readers ranging from ages 13 to adult. I was surprised to see such a strong story coming from a first-time author. I’m hopeful that the book receives enough of a following to encourage the author and publisher to bless readers with additional installments in the Missionary Max series.”
–Shaun Tabatt (BibleGeekGoneWild.com)
About the Author:
Born in Ithaca, New York, Andrew Comings visited Brazil for the first time when he was seventeen. He currently serves as a missionary in São Luís, Brazil, with his wife, Itacyara, and their two children, Michael and Nathanael. Andrews blogs at www.comingstobrazil.com/blog.
- Publisher: Engage Faith Press (2012)
Book Tour Details:
- Tour Dates: October 8-12, 2012
- Available Formats: E-book (Kindle, Nook)
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