Redemptive fiction SupraPhysica is mind-bending
This is one of the most unique books I’ve read in a while. As redemptive fiction SupraPhysica is a surprisingly soft sell. It will take a little effort to wrap your brain around the story. But, once you do, you’ll find it worth the effort.
For Philip, a sociology student at N.Y.U., January 25th was supposed to be a normal start to the spring semester. That definitely didn’t happen. As the day unfolded, he came to faith, unknowingly befriended an angel, and was recruited into a covert project to literally build a new world. The next two weeks were equally paranormal—yet a lot more trying as Philip’s newfound faith is stretched nearly to the point of nonexistence.
The characters are shared in depth. In addition, world-building is expertly done. The story has wonderful twists. And, it’s simply an entertaining tale. The resolution is a bit weak, but the ends are tied up well.
As redemptive fiction SupraPhysica deserves an award
Truly Christian books have become so rare, again, that I have no problem in giving Drew an Award of Excellence for Redemptive speculative fiction. It’s not preachy at all. Faith shines as a normal part of the character’s life. Philip has some trouble, being dumped into the battle so suddenly.
The spiritual warfare is handled gently. Though, there is a reality to it. The angels are uniquely shown. On the other hand, they seem surprisingly realistic.
You’ll be glad you read this book.