Thomas Savage’s New Book “Coming Soon” Is a Powerful Story of a Nation Lost, and a Disgraced Preacher Set on Reviving the Word of the Lord.

Press Release

Jul 27, 2016

Newest publication “Coming Soon” from Fulton Books author Thomas Savage is a terrifying glimpse into a hopeless future where America has thrown away all decency and faith, and one man begins a harrowing journey back to salvation.

Thomas Savage, a devoted pastor and radio commentator, has completed his most recent book “Coming Soon”:  a gripping and unforgettable tale of a bleak and hopeless future in an America where churches and religion have been destroyed and forgotten.

Pastor Savage feels he has lived a very diversified life.  He says, “Before being called to the ministry, (I) held such occupations as professional hunting and fishing guide, short-order cook and factory worker among others. Much of these experiences find their way into (my) books.”

Published by Fulton Books, Thomas Savage’s book begins with the horrifying reality that Christianity has been abolished in America. Churches have been razed. Pastors have been addicted to drugs and alcohol, brainwashed and given new identities and moved far away from family and friends.  But one such pastor experiences an awakening to discover twelve years of his life are missing, and he is now a Skid Row drunk. Jeffery Burke begins a long struggle to get back to his home and to the life he lost.

That struggle will take him from one end of the country to the other and show him the country he loved and the calling he cherished no longer exist. He tries to accept his loss and make a new life for himself, but those old longings won’t go away. Ultimately, he finds that while men may make laws, it is God who makes history.

Readers who wish to experience this electrifying work can purchase “Coming Soon” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books

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