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Publisher's Summary

A mysterious and terrifying Creature is stalking the woodlands surrounding the quaint, mountainous town of Lycona. Frightened and searching for answers, the people turn to Benjamin Walker, a handsome Native American drifter who has wandered into the area. He explains that the Creature is the fabled Nephilim of Genesis: part human, part spirit. Deputy Cliff Janowski launches a hunt for the Creature, but he is stymied by the crippling haunts of his past. He must ultimately decide if he can face his sins. Benjamin's influence begins to undermine the Bible and the faith of the small town. Only Pastor Sandy Kelly stands in his way. But Sandy's faith is under attack. His life has been shattered by the revelation that his father, a former pastor, has turned his back on the church. Sandy's faith is inspired by the beautiful Ellie Lawson. Her unexplained aloofness, however, causes Sandy to question her past. As Benjamin's grip on the town increases, Sandy is challenged to find the strength to rekindle his relationships and the faith to engage in a spiritual battle for the souls of Lycona. The Nephilim: A Monster Among Us is a fast-paced, thriller novel with a faith-based theme.
©2014 Dane Cramer (P)2014 Dane Cramer
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4 out of 5 stars
By Shawn on 12-19-14

Intriguing Story

Would you consider the audio edition of The Nephilim: A Monster Among Us to be better than the print version?

Having not read the print version, and not being much of a reader I was delighted to get this book on audio.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

I enjoyed listening to the story every day on my ride to and from work. It made the ride interesting and I was excited each day to listen to what was going to happen next.

Which character – as performed by Tom Mehesan – was your favorite?

Hubcap Harkham, only because I think I could play him in the movie version of the story, LOL. Actually, Sandy was my favorite probably because he was the cornerstone of the story. It was interesting to see how the story revolves around Sandy and how important he was to the community as well as the storyline of this book.

If you could rename The Nephilim: A Monster Among Us, what would you call it?

I would not rename! The author did a great job.

Any additional comments?

I enjoyed this book and thought that it was a great first book by this author. I hope that he continues to write books in the future.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Debbie S. on 01-30-15

Awesome and entertaining!

Loved the story line! It kept me on the edge of my seat, ready for the next event to take place. The man who read the story brought each character to life! The readers mature voice gave a comforting feel, maybe as a parent reading to me or a campfire story teller. I hope that there may be a Nephilim 2 in the works😄

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4 out of 5 stars
By Martin Goddard on 12-31-16

A very good story

Where does The Nephilim: A Monster Among Us rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This is near the top of my enjoyment list. A good story with a good ending.

What did you like best about this story?

A good variety of characters all of whom seemed plausible.

Any additional comments?

Good structure o character and plot.

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