This week, I’d like to again showcase one of my favorite Catholic novels, Passport, by Christopher Blunt, which is now available on Kindle for only $2.99. Leave a comment below before Friday, October 7th to be entered to receive a free Kindle copy.
I have mentioned Passport in a previous post about Catholic Fiction (and the link to my review is included there). I have also featured this wonderful novel in a previous Fiction Friday post. To read an excerpt, click here.
In 2009, Passport won the IPPY Bronze Medal for Religious Fiction.
Here are just a few of the incredibly positive reviews this novel has received:
Regina Doman says: “[Passport is] a great read whose message doesn’t obscure the page-turning romance, a story that will have a special resonance with Catholic men, especially dads…Stan’s saga is one my husband and I thoroughly enjoyed, and we’re happy to recommend this book. For those of you on the lookout for emerging Catholic genre fiction, you will want to check out this book.”
Midwest Book Review says, “A passport is what’s needed to pass into new lands freely, and they are not always easy to get. “Passport” is the story of Stan Eigenbauer and his search for happiness. He thinks he finally has it, but fate has it in for him, and he soon faces a decision which could either make or ruin his life. Using the passport as a symbol, “Passport” is a tale of choices, love, and doing what’s best for others and oneself. Highly recommended reading.”
Nancy Carpentier Brown says, “I recommend this book to any adult looking for some leisure or commuter-type reading. This book is easy to read. It’s a page-turner because you want so badly for the situation to be resolved in a good way, and there are so many almost insurmountable obstacles in the way. You won’t be uncomfortable reading it because it keeps itself modest, and yet, talks about subjects you might not talk about with your friends, unless you know them really, really well, and trust them with your secrets.
Passport: A Novel. Bring a tissue. Bring your hopes and fears. Prepare to be changed. Prepare to be challenged.”
Passport also has a Facebook page so please consider “liking” it!
Leave a comment below before October 7th to be entered to win a free Kindle copy of this wonderful book!