Book Monday: Have You Read Any Good Christian Fiction Lately

Posted: July 18, 2011 in Book Monday

Most of the time, we feature inspirational, leadership, relationship books or in other words, non-fiction books. But this week, we’d like to put a little more focus on the Christian fiction genre. Probably the most familiar to most people are the Left Behind series and the Joel Rosenberg books. But maybe you’d like to try out a few more of the other books that are available at our OMF Lit Bookshops. And if you would like to share a fiction book that you’ve read, feel free to post in the comments!


Listen by Rene Gutteridge

Nothing ever happens in the small town of Marlo . . . until the residents begin seeing their private conversations posted online for everyone to read. Then it’s neighbor against neighbor, friend against friend, as paranoia and violence escalate. The police scramble to identify the person responsible for the posts and pull the plug on the Website before it destroys the town. But what responsibility do the people of the town have for the words they say when they think no one is listening? Life and death are in the power of the tongue.



Immanuel’s Veins by Ted Dekker

It is a dangerous tale of times past. A love story full of deep seduction. A story of terrible longing and bold sacrifice.
Then as now, evil begins its courtship cloaked in light. And the heart embraces what it should flee. Forgetting it once had a truer lover.
With a kiss, evil will ravage body, soul, and mind. Yet there remains hope, because the heart knows no bounds.
Love will prove greater than lust. Sacrifice will overcome seduction. And blood will flow.
Because the battle for the heart is always violently opposed. For those desperate to drink deep from this fountain of life, enter.
But remember, not everyone is for this story.


The Prophecy by Dawn Miller

In this intense, emotionally charged supernatural thriller for young adults by author Dawn Miller, the angelic forces of heaven and hell wage battle over mankind, placing five gifted teenagers in the middle of a war only they can end. Each of the five has struggled since a terrifying night in their childhood, and as memories of that evening’s events come rushing back, and the dark angels make themselves known, they discover that what was meant to destroy them has instead opened their eyes to a world otherwise hidden from humankind.



Shades of Blue by Karen Kingsbury

Brad Cutler, twenty-eight, is a rising star at his New York ad agency, about to marry the girl of his dreams. Anyone would agree he has it all … a great career, a beautiful and loving fiancée, and a fairy tale life ahead of him—when memories of a high school girlfriend begin to torment him. Lost innocence and one very difficult choice flood his conscience, and he is no longer sure what the future will bring except for this: He must find his old love and make amends. Haunted by the past and confused about the future, he turns to God seeking forgiveness and redemption.



Bo’s Cafe by John Lynch, Bill Thrall, and Bruce McNicol

High-power tech executive, Steven Kerner, is living the American dream in Southern California. But he isn’t enjoying it. After another fight with his wife, he finds himself at a seedy bar far from home where an eccentric mystery man named Andy Monroe reveals that he knows more about Steven than he might suspect. Steven begins driving around with Andy in his 1970 Chevy Electra convertible, unravelling his tightly-wound world, and leading to a series of frustrating and painful encounters intended to help Steven let go of his tight grip on fear, shame, relationships, and control. Through the genuine friendship that develops, and the grace and love of a God who’s been patiently directing him to it, Steven finally accepts the very thing he’s needed all along.
The End Is Now by Rob Stennett

One week from tomorrow, at precisely 6:11 in the morning, the rapture or apocalypse or Armageddon or whatever else it is you’d prefer to call it, is going to occur. But only in Goodland, Kansas. The Hendersons are caught in the middle as the town—and the family—divides between belief and unbelief in this satirical and illuminating apocalyptic novel.




The Last Ten Percent by Michelle McKinney Hammond

From bestselling author Michelle McKinney Hammond comes a captivating first novel filled with her hallmark wit and insight.
Tracy awakens one morning to a radio report—the ratio of eligible men to available women is slim to none. Now, armed with actual statistics and a past of heartbreak, Tracey explores, with her four good friends, how intelligent women with impressive careers, coveted urban dwellings, and closets full of fashions can still worry so much about the shortage of men.
But as life unfolds, they discover that it is not the last ten percent of eligible men in the country but true faith that will ultimately give their hearts one hundred percent love.



Lineage of Grace byFrancine Rivers

In this compilation of the five books in the best-selling Lineage of Grace series by Francine Rivers, we meet the five women whom God chose—Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, Bathsheba, and Mary. Each was faced with extraordinary—even scandalous—challenges. Each took great personal risk to fulfill her calling. Each was destined to play a key role in the lineage of Jesus Christ, the Savior of the World.




The Dopple Ganger Chronicle Vol 1: The First Escape by GP Taylor

What starts out as a normal day in Isambard Dunstan’s School for Wayward Children turns into a mad dash for Eric and twins Sadie and Saskia as they are pursued by madmen, wild dogs,  treasure seekers, and an otherworldly  visitor with a secret message.

Famed explorer and former thief Eric Morrisey Ganger and his mischievous sidekicks, twins Sadie and Saskia Dopple discover a whole new world beyond Isambard Dunstan’s School for Wayward Children and take the readers on an adventure through the new genre “illustra-novella” – a combination of art and traditional text


The Dopple Ganger Chronicles Vol 2: The Secret of the Indigo Moon   COMING SOON!!!

In the Secret of the Indigo Moon, the three “confirmed troublemakers”  didn’t go looking for a secret tunnel beneath the school. They never intended to make the acquaintance of a shifty private eye with a nose for trouble. It wasn’t part of the plan to come face-to-face with an old enemy, one with an agenda of his own that could destroy them all. And unraveling the “secret of indigo moon” was the furthest thing from their minds.
At Isambard Dunstan’s School for Wayward Children, these things just seem to happen. They plunge headlong into a new and perilous mystery, one that challenges everything they thought they knew about their lives, themselves, and who it’s safe to trust.

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