This second novel in the saga Chronicles of the Nephilim is a prequel to Noah Primeval that tells the story of the Fall of the Watchers from heaven and the rise of the Nephilim generations before the Flood. Follow the epic journey of Enoch the giant killer with his small band of family warriors who seek outlaw giants for bounty, but stumble upon a conspiracy of the Watchers that is so evil, it will change the universe forever if God does not stop them. You’ll meet some of the beloved characters from Noah Primeval when they were much younger, like Methuselah and Uriel, as well as the origin stories of the lead Watchers, Semjaza and Azazel who became the gods Anu and Inanna.
Chronicles of the Nephilim is written in the mythic genre of The Lord of the Rings and Narnia, blending fantasy and mythopoeia with history to retell the Biblical narrative with a fresh perspective, while staying true to the original spirit of the story.
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Disappointing after Noah
Simply a better less repetitive story
This sort of Scooby Doo and the gang meets a day time soap opera thing going on. I don't understand what was with all the lovey dovey banter between the characters and their wives. I was ready to delete the whole book before finishing it after hearing the "Methuselah poozalah bunnie" and "edna pedala poo" for the umpteenth time. It really made me want to barf. What married couple talks like that let alone ones taking place in a time of turmoil such as this.
He wasn't too bad. His voice for females was a little irritating though.
All of the banter scenes and the bickering of the Archangels about which killed more giants than the other. The whole Lilith giant tree of corpses miscarriage scene. Added nothing to the story but filler.
Having read Genesis countless times and the book of Enoch. Both are very profound and thought provoking in what they convey. This book seemed to cheapen the story by making it in to some sort cartoonish wise cracking buddy comedy story. Enoch himself was a very one dimensional. We're talking about a man that "walked with God" to such a degree that God took him and he did not die yet in this book he's very boring.
Warning: If not open minded, this is not for you!