The Christian Dilemma

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Adam Gambill

List Price: $14.95
5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
454 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1541198265 
ISBN-10: 1541198263
BISAC: Fiction / Christian / Fantasy

Ryan Collins goes from being a member of a farming commune to becoming a key player in President Eugene Gloss’s twisted games. Collins must convince his team, made up of four Christian guys and girls, that he is one of President Gloss’s very own private guards. There are eight teams preparing to compete against each other. The problem is that Collins is a Christian, and finds it difficult to do everything expected of him.

Although he does not like it, Collins tries to the best of his ability to be a convincing guard. Unfortunately, however, his team eventually becomes suspicious of his true identity. Interestingly, Collins develops a unique relationship with Mason, one of President Gloss’s guards. In order to secure his safety, Collins decides to take Mason’s advice and try to play a convincing role, even though it goes against his religious teaching.
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