Nephilim Unbound – The Hunt Begins

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A psychiatrist, Dr. Alistair Marchand lived the life of a recluse in his quaint farmhouse until the mercenaries arrived to kill him. The cultists that hired the killers labeled him an abomination and an affront to God. While the mercenaries had expected a quiet academic, they had no idea who and what he truly was, child of Nephilim and grandson of an angel.

As Alistair and his powerful friend, Finn, race to locate his siblings, the cultists begin their endgame. Replacing politicians in the European Union and controlling a new pontiff, they plan nothing less than the creation of a new Holy Roman Empire under their control.

Unless Alistair and his allies can put an end to the cultists, the course of western civilization will be forever altered.

©2021 Jason Caldwell (P)2021 Jason Caldwell

2 reviews for Nephilim Unbound – The Hunt Begins

  1. Jerry Harkey

    Although this 1st book is a good start, it’s short and somewhat confusing due to the narrator’s lack of distinction between characters. Still, the story is rich with potential and I’m looking forward to the next segment. Definitely worth the time and credit, although I got my copy from Audiobooks Unleashed!

  2. May Anderson

    It does have severe violence. So if violence isn’t your thing, do not read!

    Once I started this book I could not put it down. So it was a good thing I actually started the story on a night I didn’t have work the next day because I’d be too tired for that. What kept me reading was the connections and action with each sibling’s meeting. It was great to see that it wasn’t sunshine and roses whenever they found each other. All I have to say about the ending is, “seriously” way to leave you wanting to know what’s next. What’s next for Alistair, Ghost and the second sister? Those three make an interesting working team.

    AC Oliver does a good job narrating this book. I did have to do some mental switching when he started using a different, more regular type of tone when reading Alistair. I’m not sure if it is on purpose or it just happened, but I did notice that depending on the situation Alistair was in, depended on the style of voice that was used. For example, if it was time to kick some butt it was the I mean business, deep kind of style and when it was just normal like when he was talking to his siblings or William and such it was just a regular style of voice. Also, I think in the beginning the Alistair style kick butt voice was much better than later in the book. The style wasn’t quite the same, close, but slightly off in the deep, scary, I mean business.

    Look forward to the next book in the series.

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