Is this the Christian, Hip Hop C.S. Lewis?
Published on December 29, 2011
Brady Goodwin aka Phanatik, known for his wordplay, lyrical story telling and creative concepts, is making the transition from rapper to author. His second book in as many years “City of Allegory” is being called “Awesome!” and “Addictive!” where the truths of “Scripture meet sci-fi and social issues seemlessly.”
After his first self-published book dealt heavily with Hip Hop, sociology and theology, Brady’s new book is a fictional account written in the style of “The Pilgram’s Progress” and “The Chronicles of Narnia” but with a modern, urban twist.
About City of Allegory
What does a nameless city, an underground mall, two competing soul-food restaurants and a dark family secret have to do with the Bible’s message? Maybe nothing; unless you’re living in the City of Allegory where everything is immeasurably more than what it seems. This is a tale of love and loss; loyalty and betrayal; friendship and faith; mystery and metaphor, told in the style of Pilgrim’s Progress and The Chronicles of Narnia but with a modern urban twist. In his second book, the two-time Grammy Nominated Christian rap artist/author Brady Goodwin, known for his creative concepts, word-play and storytelling, masterfully weaves theology and imagination into a classic cautionary tale. Never before has curling up with a good book felt so much like curling up with The Good Book.
Get your passport to the City of Allegory here also available on Amazon Kindle