Popular author of the humorous Flabbergasted trilogy, Ray Blackston directs his creative talents to an even broader and more challenging theme. In A Pagan's Nightmare, Blackston highlights the plight of one pagan who's suddenly engulfed in a Christian world. At first, Lanny Hooch thinks the sign at the gas station is a practical joke: "Unleaded $0.12 per gallon for the Redeemed-$6.66 for everyone else." At McDonald's, he notices crosses on the employees' lapels and french fries-renamed McScriptures-embossed with Bible verses. And he wonders why everyone calls him "Mr. P." But when he detects changed lyrics in the oldies tunes blaring from his car radio, he realizes something is seriously wrong. The Beatles never sang about wanting to hold someone's tithe! And then there's the huge reward for his capture and conversion. "Ray Blackston's A Pagan's Nightmare is a delightful tongue-in-cheek look at some of our sacred cows . and he's not afraid to tip them over! Ray does a great job of reminding us what's really important-not the trappings we've created for ourselves, but our relationship with a living, powerful God."-Angela Elwell Hunt, Christy Award-winning author of The Debt.