Sons of God, by Kurtz, Rebecca Ellen
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- ISBN: 9780982313503 | 0982313500
- Cover: Hardcover
- Copyright: 3/1/2009
Sons of God tells the story of Raechev, the most powerful female Nephelim still roaming the face of the earth. Two and a half thousand years ago, she incurred the wrath of Elohim when she disobeyed his command: the Nephelim-an ancient half-breed race, the children of angels and mortals-must destroy any of their kinsmen who commit atrocities against mankind. She was weak in her love for her mother, the wanton goddess Ishtar, and was therefore barred from the Creator's protection in the Cities of Refuge. Still steadfast in her devotion to Elohim, Raechev wanders the mortal realm, exterminating those of her fallen brethren that hunt her and seek to breed an army of a size unrivaled since before the Great Flood. Now, in the present day, the fallen Nephelim have enticed a group of scientists to research the DNA of their ancestors in hopes of cloning a destructive horde. When the mortals begin an archaeological dig near Ishtar's prison in the ancient city of Nineveh, they begin being possessed or eaten alive in a series of horrifying events-and Raechev must return to face her fate under the gathering storm clouds of Armageddon. Rebecca Kurtz's extensively researched novel probes our conceptions of reality, and uncovers the links between the holy scriptures of leading religions and humanity's continued sense of the supernatural, occult, and vampires. Her research is provided so each one can decide for themselves what is truth and what is myth.