Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/25/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 298
ISBN : 9781490747545
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 298
ISBN : 9781490747552
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 298
ISBN : 9781490747569

About the Book

The nephilim, born from a forbidden union between fallen angels and human women, were an abomination to God. They were gigantic, immensely strong, and very warlike. Nephilim is a trilogy and is a story of redemption. In book one, the last and most powerful of all the nephilim is released from a prison where it was held for five thousand years. One remaining fallen angel has repented of his sins and now must face this giant in a weakened state before he can be brought back into God’s presence. Before, he had other repentant fallen angels to stand with him. Now he only has three humans chosen by God to fight at his side. A weapon created by angelic hands to destroy the nephilim can also be used to open doorways into other worlds, which would release onto earth terrible creatures from dark and violent ecosystems. The nephilim pursues the weapon in order to open a doorway into hell and release Satan as a physical being. The giant leaves death and destruction in its path, while one of the human warriors, a despairing widower who finds love again, fights to protect the ones he loves from the swarm of released creatures.

About the Author

Eric O’Connor is a graduate of the Dallas Baptist University school of applied business administration and works at a hospital in the small town of Waxahachie, Texas, just outside of Dallas. He grew up in Dallas watching scary movies of all types and was introduced to the amazing world of books by his then fiancee while in college. After reading incredible tales by Stephen King and Dean Koontz, he became a full-blown addict of horror novels. Eric has trained in several styles of martial arts and holds a black belt in Judo. He currently lives in Arlington, Texas, with his beautiful wife, Chris, of more than two decades; two sons; and his full-grown German shepherd, who thinks he is a lap puppy.