So I downloaded the free sample of 'The Word of the Lord to Evangelicals' onto my Kindle, not entirely sure what to expect. It turned out to be a story; the fictional account of some students at an evangelical Christian college in America. Some of them are beginning to question some of what they are taught... and one of them has a strange encounter with an unlikely person.
I was enjoying the story so much that I paid the relatively small price to download the full version.
Throughout the book there are other unusual experiences, and the main characters find they have to adjust their worldview somewhat as a result. Gradually they discover that traditional American evangelical viewpoints are not necessarily in line with what Jesus taught.
As a non-right-wing British believer, I didn't find anything dramatically new in this book. But I did liked the writing style very much and found it quite thought-provoking in places. I imagine it would be very challenging to those who equate right-wing American evangelicalism with Christianity. Unfortunately, it's unlikely to be read by those who could most benefit from it; or, almost worse, it could be read and written off as liberal heresy.
I hope it's widely read and discussed positively.