The story opens with Jack finding himself in possession of an ancient necklace charged with the energy of the Nephilim, offspring of angels that walked the earth more than four thousand years ago. The power of the talisman allows the user to project his spirit out of body and into the astral realm. Jack soon finds out that his travels come with an awful price.
A ruthless murderer and cult leader twenty years dead has been waiting for just such an opportunity. Jack’s soulless body becomes the vessel for unthinkable violence. He learns far too late that his flesh will soon no longer be his own. He seeks the help of a new friend, angels, and even God himself.
In the end he must overcome an evil that even the creator of the universe cannot stop. The concept of Heaven and Hell used to be a fairy tale to Jack, but not anymore. The unbelievable just became conceivable. The fairy tale is now all too real.
There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children unto them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown. Genesis: Chapter 6 Verse 4
NEPHILIM PUSH is aproximately 78,000 words in length, which is about average, I believe, for a short novel. A printed copy uses three-hundred pages or so, but I have put the equivalent to six or seven printed pages to each web page, so the reader isn't forced to reload new html material too often.
I have gone over the manuscript looking for spelling and grammatical errors enough times to make a large man cry like a little girl, but there may yet be more mistakes in there, waiting to drive me mad. If so, please E-mail me with anything you find that is questionable in a literary sense.
Anything found here that you may regard as questionable in a moral, biblical or blasphemous sense...please note that those instances were fully intended by the author.(Big smile)