John Butziger’s Latest Book, Eden’s Revelation, and a $25 Visa Gift Card Giveaway!

In Rhode Island, we have not only a friend of mine but also an outstanding author, John Butziger. He is a very respectable person and a genius when it comes to writing. On the heels of the smashing success of his first book, Second Tree comes Eden’s Revelation.

B1XLbY0babS._SX150_Here are just some of the praises coming from this new book:




“An immensely promising start to a new thriller series.” –Kirkus Reviews


“…Butziger’s work is one roller-coaster ride of intense emotion and heart stopping suspense.” –New Vision, Uganda’s Leading Daily


Synopsis:An explosion at a Ugandan mine ignites the spark of unrest. An inadvertent battle fans the flames, threatening an inferno of global war. Two superpowers struggle to weaponize a secret that will reshape the world’s power structure… …a secret found only in a hidden valley high in the Rwenzori Mountains… …until now. The saga continues with Andrew and Kabilito, back from crisis in New York, now cast into contentious roles over a shift in the power, a prophecy revealed, and the emergence of a madman. With both his sanity and the tribe’s identity at stake, Andrew is driven to the brink by the shock of Eden’s Revelation.


To purchase his new book, Eden’s Revelation, click on this link: John Butziger.


Giveaway: John generously offered my readers both of his books along with a $25 Visa Gift Card. This giveaway is run via rafflecopter so click read more to see the actual giveaway. The only mandatory entry is to visit his page and tell me what you like best about it. While the other entries are optional, I highly suggest filling them out to increase your chances of winning. US only. Good luck!

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  1. Ellie Wright says

    I like that the fate of the world may depend on the main characters. I love pulse pounding thrillers.

  2. Amanda says

    I love that I just found a new author to follow! The blurb sounds amazing for the first book in the series! I am putting it on my to-read list right now!

  3. Jeanna Massman says

    I love the suspense that is interwoven throughout both books, as well as the relationships between the characters.

  4. Debbi Wellenstein says

    I have not read the book, so I don’t know what my favorite part might be. It does look intriguing!

  5. wen budro says

    I would be interested in reading this because of the themes of mysticism and the fate of the world being in the hands of the characters.

  6. Barbara Montag says

    I have not read the book yet.
    From the link I can tell this is a book that would keep my attention – lots of action.
    thank you

  7. Terri S. says

    I really can’t say what the best part of the book is as I haven’t read it yet. After visiting his page and reading a synopsis for Eden’s Revelation and The Second Tree, I suppose it would be best to start with the first book in this series. I enjoy reading suspense novels and these books sound interesting.

  8. sheila ressel says

    Two superpowers struggling to weaponize a secret that will reshape the world’s power structure is very intriguing to me.

  9. Kim says

    I like that he has pictures of his books on his page so they’re easier to spot in the bookstore. The shoutout to your page was cool too!

  10. Sarah L says

    I like: a secret found only in a hidden valley high in the Rwenzori Mountains…
    …until now.
    Thanks for the contest.

  11. Pat Babcock says

    I love that his books are likened to Michael Crichton’s books – that automatically makes me want to read them.

  12. Emily Benzing says

    I really like the twists & turns of the book! How it keeps you guessing and wanting more! Those are my favorite types of books

  13. Tracy Robertson says

    I like the part where they are looking for secrets in a hidden valley in the mountains. I can’t wait to see what they find in such a mysterious setting!

  14. heather says

    My favorite part of the book is that two superpowers are fighting to reorganize the power structure in the world this one would keep me reading to find out what happens next.

  15. Angela Saver says

    What I like best about this thriller series is that there is an emergence of a madman as well as the threat of a global war! It sounds so intriguing!

  16. Amanda B. says

    This is the first I’ve been introduced to John Butziger. I’m looking forward to reading one of these books. Thanks for sharing.

  17. charlotte west says

    MY favorite kind of books, but I have never read this authors stuff before and never heard of name till now, but would be nice to have a new favorite author.

  18. Sandy Cain says

    I like the part about the 2 superpowers that have a secret which change the power structure of the world. This is something that could be taken from any day’s headlines!

  19. Lauryn R says

    His books definitely look like they would be highly entertaining, exciting, and thrilling! I want to read them now! :)

  20. Rosanne says

    I love that it takes place in Africa in Uganda. I loved my trips to Africa and ready many books that take place there

  21. June S. says

    Sounds like a good read, I find this part interesting; Two superpowers struggle to weaponize a secret that will reshape the world’s power structure…

  22. Dominique Cloutier says

    I’ve never read his books, but both my mom and I are avid readers. I love that it’s set in Africa. Can’t wait to read!

  23. Sarah Oswald says

    It sounds like these books are very mysterious and will have a lot of action and troubles for the characters it sounds like a series I would love to read.

  24. Alexis Mayne says

    I love that even though the experiences that the characters are having may not be “realistic” the characters themselves are, and are incredibly easy to relate to.

  25. Dorothy Hubbard says

    I haven’t read the book,but what I read on your sight sounds like a real nail biting thriller.

  26. Deborah W. says

    It sounds suspenseful and a little scary. With all the things happening in the world today we can relate to things like this happening.

  27. Maryann Royster says

    The last chapter of the book , which I would read just after reading the first chapter. I allways like to skip to the end . I also like to read the book before seeing the movie about the book.

  28. says

    I haven’t read it yet, unfortunately, but I did add it to my GoodReads list. This totally seems like my type of book…and I’m going on vacation soon so I need to pick it up ASAP!

  29. Emi says

    I like that his book is set in a country that I have never visited and I know little about it. He also has a real hidden underground world in pictures on his facebook page.

  30. Robby Rob says

    I haven’t read his books yet, but as a fellow Rhode Islaner this is a pretty cool giveaway and I’d like to give them a read.


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