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Nephilim, the remnants

Author: David A Henderson
Publisher: [S.l.] : Xulon Press, 2012
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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In a time long since past, in the forgotten lands of Lore, now known as Arteah, live a few scattered remnants of an antediluvian race: The Nephilim (nef-il-eem). Thought to be half man and half fallen angel, these supernatural titans of strength and might "...were the heroines of old, men of renown." (Gen. 6:4) Now the ancient lands are in peril as one such Nephilim, the evil Count Vladimir, threatens to plunge the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David A Henderson
ISBN: 9781619965256 1619965259
OCLC Number: 798111047
Notes: Includes appendix, maps, and biblical references.
Description: 209 p. 20 cm.
Responsibility: by David A. Henderson.

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In a time long since past, in the forgotten lands of Lore, now known as Arteah, live a few scattered remnants of an antediluvian race: The Nephilim (nef-il-eem). Thought to be half man and half fallen angel, these supernatural titans of strength and might "...were the heroines of old, men of renown." (Gen. 6:4) Now the ancient lands are in peril as one such Nephilim, the evil Count Vladimir, threatens to plunge the medieval world into a new age of darkness. Claiming to be immortal, he conquers towns, enslaving its people and burning their books. And one very old book in particular. But a faithful knight, who is secretly a Nephilim, stands in his way. What are these Nephilim? What is the mystery surrounding their dark origins and great power? And how is one ancient book the key to unraveling Count Vladimir's dark age and saving the world? Embark on a dangerous journey in this epic tale of faith, betrayal, and sacrifice.

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Did not want to put down the book - Nephilim the Remnants!

by jolynn5 (WorldCat user published 2013-03-30) Excellent Permalink

Nephilim the Remnants is such a great read!  This book was very intriguing and had several unexpected plot twists in the book. I hope there are more books to come from Author, David Henderson. I liked the added graphics in the book too. I loved this book and...
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