Vanish- A book the Post Office takes literally

Unfortunately this month’s CSFFBT book, Vanish by Tom Pawlik, came a bit late for a slow reader like me to get a review in on time.  My wife was able to read it already, she said it’s scary and full of suspense.  My review is coming soon, Lord willing, but for now I’ll just be pointing you to other reviews.

The publisher sent the book a while back, and it would seem the post office thought the title was instructions.  Thankfully the publisher was kind enough to send out another copy, though it seemed the post office wanted to keep us in suspense, wondering if it would ever come.  I guess they really wanted to get us in the mood for the story.

I’m looking forward to reading this book, especially since it won the Christian Writer’s Guild’s “Operation First Novel” contest in 2006.  There’s a good chance I’ll be doing a giveaway on this book, so stay tuned.

For now, please check out these other reviews and posts about the book Vanish and it’s author Tom Pawlik.   

To purchase Vanish
Tom Pawlik’s other new release, Valley of the Shadow

Tom Pawlik’s Web site
Tom Pawlik’s blog

Brandon Barr
Justin Boyer
Keanan Brand
Grace Bridges
Karri Compton
Amy Cruson
CSFF Blog Tour
Stacey Dale
D. G. D. Davidson
Jeff Draper
April Erwin
Karina Fabian
Alex Field
Beth Goddard
Todd Michael Greene
Ryan Heart
Christopher Hopper
Joleen Howell
Becky Jesse
Cris Jesse
Carol Keen
Krystine Kercher
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Eve Nielsen
John W. Otte
John Ottinger
Donita K. Paul
Epic Rat
Steve Rice
Crista Richey
Hanna Sandvig
Chawna Schroeder
James Somers
Speculative Faith
Rachel Starr Thomson
Robert Treskillard
Steve Trower
Fred Warren
Phyllis Wheeler

4 thoughts on “Vanish- A book the Post Office takes literally

  1. I am among those whose book pulled a disappearing act, and so I took advantage of a handy-dandy coupon, and bought a copy at a local bookstore. If there’s a review copy for me somewhere in the postal system, and if it ever arrives, I’ll do a contest on my blog, and give the book to a fortunate reader.

  2. I had a similar experience with The Book of Names a few months ago, though I never got the book. This book is worth reading; it’s well above average.

  3. Pingback: Author Interview – Tom Pawlik « A Christian Worldview of Fiction

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