Chronicles of the Nephilim is a saga that charts the rise and fall of the Nephilim and just what their place is in the evil plans of the fallen Sons of God called, “The Watchers.” These rogue members of God's divine council will stop at nothing to win their war as the Seed of the Serpent against the Seed of Eve.
Book 1, Noah Primeval, reveals the hero’s journey of Noah that leads to God’s second act of judgment against this diabolical plan of the Watchers: The Deluge.
The Lost Book 2, Enoch Primordial, is a prequel to Noah Primeval that tells the forgotten story of the original descent of the Watchers on Mount Hermon and their introduction of the Nephilim into the created order. Enoch, is God's man to call down judgment on the Watchers and their giant progeny, the Nephilim.
Book 3, Gilgamesh Immortal, is about the giant king Gilgamesh of Uruk in Mesopotamia after the Flood. Two thirds god and one third man, this mighty warrior embarks on an epic journey to find immortality with his friend and Right Hand, Enkidu, the "wild-born" of the steppe. His quest leads him to Noah in a faraway land, but what he discovers will change history forever.
Book 4, Abraham Allegiant, tells the story of the Watchers inheriting the nations and the rebirth of the Nephilim and their next battle in the war of the seed of the Serpent against the seed of Eve. Be on the lookout for Nimrod, the builder of the Tower of Babel and his diabolical minions.
Book 5, Joshua Triumphant, is the tale of Joshua’s campaign to eradicate the Nephilim from their infestation of ancient Canaan. Can the mighty Og of Bashan, the last of the giant Rephaim, be defeated?
Book 6, David Ascendant, tells the story of how David and his Mighty Men overcame the last of the Anakim giants left in Gaza, Ashdod, and Gath, home of the monstrous Goliath and his gargantuan brothers.
Or is that the end of their story?
A NOTE ON THE AGE APPROPRIATENESS OF THE NOVELS
Some parents have asked me what "rating" the novels have in terms of the portrayal of sinful behavior, you know, basically sex and violence.
I would say the series is rated PG-13. It is not as explicit as the Bible sometimes is in relation to sex and violence, but the Chronicles do deal with evil behaviors that would be most appropriate for mature teens and above. The violence in the Chronicles is like Lord of the Rings. The sexuality is like Song of Solomon, alluded to poetically, but obviously. I would say that the level of description of sexual and violent evil is about as explicit as Ezekiel 16 and 23.