CSFF Blog Tour – “Beckon”

This month, the Christian Science Fiction and Fantasy blog tour is reviewing Beckon by Tom Pawlik.

Due to end-of-the-year school craziness, I didn’t have time to actually read the book.  However, in the spirit of the blog tour, here’s some information:

Some things weren’t meant to be discovered. Three people are each drawn to the small town of Beckon, Wyoming. A young anthropologist researches a Native American legend and makes a terrifying discovery. An ex-cop investigating her cousin’s disappearance finds herself in grave peril. And an aging businessman is lured by the promise of a miracle. One by one they discover the town’s ghastly secret. The only question is . . . will any of them make it out alive? (From Amazon.com)

Sounds like a Christian horror in the bent of Mike Dellosso, Frank Peretti, or Ted Dekker.  However, don’t take my word for it–especially since I’ve only seen the book cover!

For what I’m sure are thoughtful and intelligent reviews, check out these people:

Noah Arsenault
Julie Bihn
Thomas Clayton Booher
Thomas Fletcher Booher
Beckie Burnham
Brenda Castro
Theresa Dunlap
Nikole Hahn
Ryan Heart
Bruce Hennigan
Becky Jesse
Jason Joyner
Carol Keen
Leighton
Rebekah Loper
Katie McCurdy
Shannon McDermott
Karen McSpadden
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Nissa
Joan Nienhuis
Faye Oygard
Crista Richey
Kathleen Smith
Jessica Thomas
Steve Trower
Fred Warren
Shane Werlinger

About Janeen Ippolito

I'm an explorer of worldviews, committed to empowering authors to go deep with their stories. I'm also an English teacher at a private school. In my spare time, I enjoy sword-fighting, reading, learning random facts, and making brownie batter. Two of my goals are eating fried tarantulas and traveling to Antarctica.
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5 Responses to CSFF Blog Tour – “Beckon”

  1. I thought it was a great adventure story, hope you have the time to read it soon.

  2. Pingback: CSFF Blog Tour – Beckon by Tom Pawlik, Day 1 « A Christian Worldview of Fiction

  3. Thanks for doing the intro for now. I’ll look forward to your review once you’ve had time to read the book. This one you may wish to tackle in the light of day. It seems to be receiving high marks in the creepy factor. ;-)

    Becky

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