Debut novel bridges science fiction and Christianity

February 10, 2008 images FlashpointIn Chicago 2036 of an alternative future siblings ‘Calamity Kid and e-girl fearlessly walk the valley of death. The Patriot Act waxes Stalin-esque and the violence of terrorism has united the world. Fundamentalist terrorists are the One State’s only threat: including Bible-believing Christians. When peacekeepers make a home-church bust in the Chicago Metroplex, only Calamity Kid and his sister evade capture and turn to the ‘Body of Christ Underground’ where they adopt street-names, undergo spiritual and technological reformation, and slip between the cracks of Chicago. They’ll need every molecule of their re-formed faith to face down peacekeepers, gangers, One-State Neros, and fallen-angels. Their mission: to save believers before they’re rehabbed and brainwashed, or worse, by the One State Neros.

Frank Creed is Christian sci-fi writer“Flashpoint: Book One of the Underground” by author Frank Creed weaves cyberpunk and Christian science fiction any reader can enjoy. Published by The Writers Café Press, “Flashpoint” was the 2006 winner of best science fiction chapter book at the world’s largest sci-fi/ fantasy online community and the 2007 Christian Fiction Review Impress award for the best book toured. More information at or

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