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  • 05/2014
  • 9780991183210
  • 274 pages
  • $10.99
Addison's Mark
Matt Kuvakos, author
Twenty-year-old Sam Addison is marked by both good and evil. Sam is plagued by thoughts of his parent’s violent and mysterious deaths, making survival during a major economic collapse in the United States difficult to endure on his own. Before he loses all hope, an ethereal being visits him in multiple dreams and visions, trying to ignite his faith. Sam tries to forget what he saw, but it’s something that simply can’t be ignored when he finds an odd marking burned onto his wrist. He becomes consumed with unanswered questions about his purpose in life and what the mark could mean or even do. Until, he meets the beautiful Ashlin Ammon, the adopted daughter of the popular presidential nominee, and who some call the “savior” of the dying country, Marcus Ammon, who sees a lot of himself in Sam. Once invited to join the campaign trail as an assistant for Marcus, Sam is pulled into a war no man could ever survive. He is left with a choice that will not only change himself, but mankind forever.
Reviews
IndieReader

"Addison's Mark is a lively and imaginative book, full of drama and vividly-portrayed scenes, aimed at a Christian audience but accessible to readers of all religions."

OnlineBookClub.org

"This is an exciting, illuminating, spiritual read fit for everyone. I fully recommend it to religious and non-religious people alike, and especially to those going through a rough time in their lives. It was my pleasure reading it, and I hope everyone that reads this review goes straight to the links provided and get a copy themselves. I rate this 4 out of 4 stars."

Readers' Favorite

"Addison's Mark by Matt Kuvakos was a compelling read although it did become a little confusing in parts. That said, the story did draw me in from the opening sequence and did keep me reading to the end, so much so that I would like to read the next book. It's a great first attempt by a young new author and, to be fair, he shows great promise for the future. One to keep an eye on."

State Senator Robert Meza

"Addison's Mark is a journey that all of us have taken but never want to admit for fear of the unknown."

Formats
Paperback Book Details
  • 05/2014
  • 9780991183210
  • 274 pages
  • $10.99

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