“Beckon” by Tom Pawlik

This book is not just the average Christian fiction book, but one full of suspense.

Jack Kendrick loses his father as a boy. An anthropologist/archeologist, Kendrick Sr. disappears. No one could find a trace of him, not even the FBI. At least that was the case. As Jack is cleaning out the estate to pay for his schooling for anthropology, he discovers a hidden, cryptic symbol – one that points to a small Indian reservation in Wyoming. But would could the town contain. Can Jack locate his father, or at least what he was looking in to? As Jack grows closer, he meets other people on their own quests, which brought them to the town as well. And as Jack continues, a secret is waiting to be discovered…but is it is evil or good?

Pawlik writes in a simple fashion that educates the reader and allows them to follow, regardless of their reading skill, but also keeps much hidden. Not being able to know more than the characters that Pawlik follows, readers are kept in suspense to the very end. Authentic and realistic, this is a treasure of a text – one that captures the intrigue of a movie in book format. Enjoyable and not short on suspense, this book is perfect for fiction enthusiasts. Is there a miracle waiting, or a demonic presence, or imagination run rampant?

Like me, you’ll be forced to read the book if you want to know…so, welcome to Beckon. You’re not here by chance.Disclosure: I have received a reviewer copy and/or payment in exchange for an honest review of the product mentioned in this post.