Splitting Adam




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Ever wonder what would happen if Frank Capra had directed Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde? Find out in Splitting Adam!After a soul-crushing thirtieth birthday party, Pastor Adam Tyler, the hopelessly single son of a single mom, is given a chance to see what the world would be like without him. But surprisingly, instead of just an Adam-less world, he finds that he has been replaced by two others, each man his ″half-self.″ One, the child of his mother, is a wealthy and successful businessman. The other, the child of the father Adam has never known, is a movie-quoting, streetwise con man. It seems the only things these two have in common are Adam’s DNA, and that both are on a collision course for Deep Trouble. With a hand from his crusty guardian angel, it’s up to Adam to rescue them. But is he up to the task? And can he find his way home again?

This hilarious journey of half-self-discovery is the lovechild of Kurt Vonnegut and Anne Lamott, and is sure to delight all who enjoy a trip into the magical land of “what if?”


“This is one of those great stories that leave you rooting for the characters by the end, then holding your breath as everything comes to a climax. I even had to grab a tissue as I finished the book because it literally moved me to tears.”
~Virginia Ripple

Full Review from Virginia Ripple

As the story evolved, I felt a genuine connection to the characters, past and present.
~Laura Thomas

Full Review from fuonlyknew

It’s a heartwarming story that I recommend for anyone to read full of love and cherishing what you have, which is a good lesson for anyone.
~Heather Boustead

Full Review from Reflections of a Bookworm


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