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by Brennan McPherson
Publication Date: April 2020
“You want me to tell of how I broke the world.”
It’s the year 641 since humanity was formed in Eden, and after Eve passes away, Adam is the only man left on earth who remembers everything from the beginning of the world.
When Enoch, God’s newly appointed prophet, decides to collect the stories of the faithful from previous generations, he finds Adam in desperate need to confess the dark secrets he’s held onto for too long.
Beside a slowly burning bonfire in the dead of night, Adam tells his story in searing detail. From the beginning of everything, to how he broke the world, shattered Eve’s heart, and watched his family crumble.
Will Enoch uncover what led so many of Adam’s children away from God? And will Adam find the redemption and forgiveness he longs for?
Praise for previous work by Brennan McPherson
“Brilliant, erudite, breathtaking.” – Tosca Lee, NYT best-selling author
“I think we’ll be hearing more of Brennan and his stories.” – Charles Martin, NYT best-selling author
“A soul-searching, heart-rending, deeply satisfying story.” – Mesu Andrews, ECPA Book of the Year award-winning author of Love Amid Ashes
“How do you take a centuries-old story and put a new spin on it, inviting readers into an evocative world they thought they already knew? Brennan McPherson figured out the way. Flood will entertain you, yes, but also take you deep into your soul and make you ponder both the vastness and the intimacy of God.” – James L. Rubart, Christy Book of the Year award-winning author of The Five Times I Met Myself
About the Author
Brennan McPherson writes epic biblical fiction with an imaginative twist. With heart-pounding plots and lyrical prose, McPherson crafts a different sort of biblical fiction for readers who like to be challenged to think.
Blog Tour Schedule
Monday, April 6
Review at YA, It’s Lit
Tuesday, April 7
Review at Gwendalyn’s Books
Thursday, April 9
Review at The Nerdy Bookworm
Friday, April 10
Review at DFG’s Historical Fiction + Adirondack Spirit Blog
Saturday, April 11
Feature at What Is That Book About
Sunday, April 12
Interview at Passages to the Past
Monday, April 13
Review at Historical Graffiti
Tuesday, April 14
Review at Broken Teepee
Wednesday, April 15
Review at Books and Zebras
Thursday, April 16
Review at The Caffeinated Bibliophile