The Race

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Forced to participate in a dangerous, 6000 mile long survival race on an alien planet, Simon and his team must overcome the trials of this new world and win the race at all costs if they are to have any hope of going home. But with lethal dangers at every turn, it will take a generous dose of divine intervention, to get them safely to the end. More

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About Steven Lake

Steven Lake is a prolific author of many, many books, stories, articles, and other literature spanning a period of over twenty years. He began his long writing career in 1992 while serving in the US Army and has worked continuously to improve his craft to the great art it is today.

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About the Series: The Offworld Chronicles
This series covers the exploits of Simon, a Christian, computer programmer and outdoors man, who is abducted by a malevolent organization known as the Syndicate who forces him to partake in a 6000 mile long survival race. The prize is not just his freedom, but also that of every other human who, like him, have been abducted and put into this race against their will. But can he, and the ragtag band of fellow travelers who join him along the way, successfully complete the race and bring everyone home, or will the forces of darkness overcome him, just as they have everyone else since the race began some 500 years ago? Only through the power of prayer and God's guiding hand can he do this.

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AdeOjo Tolu reviewed on Oct. 22, 2017

I didn't know what to expect when I got this book as I saw "scifi, angels, fantasy". But I can say I'm very intrigued by it and has sparked up my faith in God once again. I can also safely say this is a modern day equivalent​ of the Pilgrim's Progress, except with more characters (that you can relate to). This book is a blessing. Thank you Steven, God bless!

P.S. I'm patiently waiting for the next one.
(review of free book)
yvonne yap reviewed on Aug. 29, 2017

This had been a very uplifting story to me. A bit like Narnia + Hunger Game. I like all the characters and could really relate to them as I share their faith. You will either like this or need this. Hope you find something more at the end of it. Can't wait for the second installment.
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