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Giveaway + TBT Book Spotlight: The Last Apostle

It’s TBT, Reader Friends!

I hope you’re excited to be introduced to the lastest Throwback Thursday book spotlight. Today’s spotlight features Dennis Brooke’s The Last Apostle takes us back to 2016! This book has two romance plot lines in it. 🙂

Let’s get started!


About the Book

The Blurb: “What if John, the last living apostle of Jesus Christ, was still alive and well… and living in Seattle?
In A.D. 100, John is restored to the body of his youth and sent on a mission with a warning: to never reveal his true identity. He winds up on a small Greek isle where he faces an attempted assassination, a run-in with the Roman authorities, and develops a relationship with the daughter of the village leader.
Fast-forward to modern day Seattle, where John leads a foundation dedicated to bringing clean water to third world nations. A new television series brings attention to ancient legends about the true fate of John the apostle and threatens to reveal the truth of his identity. John struggles to keep his secret as he grows close to Nicole, a young woman he recruits to lead his organization.
For two thousand years, John has wandered the earth while hiding his true identity. But now, both friends and foes are on the verge of discovering who he truly is―an event that will trigger the end times.
Can John divert those who would discover his secret, or will curious friends and suspicious enemies spark the apocalypse? The Last Apostle is the first in the series of novels on the life of John over the last two millennia.

The Last Apostle was a finalist in the 2017 American Christian Fiction Writers Carol Awards in the Debut Novel category. It was also a finalist in the 2010 Marcher Lord Select contest for Christian Speculative Fiction. It is available in audio, Kindle, Nook, and hardcopy.”

Links: Amazon, B&N, CBD, Goodreads


About the Author

Dennis Brooke is the former president of the Northwest Christian Writers Association and the author of the novel The Last Apostle. He has been published in over two dozen international and local publications on topics ranging from storytelling to wooing your wife. Dennis is a former US Air Force officer, who counts standing on the Berlin Wall in its final days as one of the highlights of his life.

l,km He and his wife, Laurie, sold their house, put their remaining possessions in storage, and are now traveling globally. In the spring of 2016 they completed the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage (“The Way”) walking from the French Pyrenees across Spain to the Atlantic Ocean. They are avid hikers, kayakers, and bikers who believe you create your own adventures. They write about their vagabond adventures at www.WorldRovers.com.

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Giveaway

Dennis Brooke is giving away a free copy of The Last Apostle (U.S. only) in paperback, Kindle, OR Nook format. Leave a comment by 1/31/18 11:59pm EDT for a chance to win. I will use a random generator to pick a winner on 2/1/18 (be sure to come back and check if you won). To enter leave a blog comment.

​*Giveaway Policy here.

15 thoughts on “Giveaway + TBT Book Spotlight: The Last Apostle”

  1. Wow! This sounds like an awesome book. One I should put on my TBR pile ASAP. I also love that it’s written by a man. I don’t read a lot of books written by men. The change would be nice. Thanks for the opportunity to win it.

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  2. Would be glad to answer questions anyone has about the book or about our lifestyle of travel. My wife and I are currently living in Santiago, Chile where we’re studying Spanish for four weeks.

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