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- Godawa, Brian. Enoch Primordial (Chronicles of the Nephilim, Volume 2). Embedded Pictures Publishing, 2012.
- Mooney, Jacob. The Descent of the Gods (The Dawn of Creation Trilogy, book 1). (Screenplay available now. Book in 2019.)
See also: Noah (in the database) and Chronicles of the Nephilim
Enoch Primordial (Chronicles of the Nephilim) (Volume 2)
In a Dark World, One Man is Called by God: Enoch.
Holy Man. Wise Sage. Giant Killer.
Before Noah, before the Flood, the world is wicked beyond imagination.
Fallen angels called Watchers rule as gods and breed evil offspring called Nephilim giants.
But one man stands out from the rest: Enoch, he who walks with God, but also loves his wife and family with all his heart.
Then God gives Enoch a frightening duty: He and his family must become giant-killers.
But those very monsters are now coming after them.
And they’re not stopping — until they push their way back to Eden.
This second novel in the saga Chronicles of the Nephilim is a prequel to Noah Primeval that tells the original story of the fallen angel Watchers from heaven and the rise of the Nephilim giants of Genesis 6.
Heart-pounding, spiritual warfare, action-adventure and romance by respected Christian and Biblical fiction best-selling author Brian Godawa.
This Biblical Fiction series is rated PG-13, appropriate for mature teens and above, similar to the Bible and The Lord of the Rings.
The Descent of the Gods
At the dawn of creation, Watchers looked upon mankind from above, and then intervened. That event is still remembered in our mythologies.
Now the story from five millennia ago has been retold in
The Descent of the Gods – a Biblical action epic set during the Antediluvian age long before the Great Flood.
The story is based on the account given in Genesis 6:1-4. Although brief, the story is referenced in much more detail in historical Jewish accounts, by the early church fathers, and by other extra-Biblical sources.
These sources were consulted to help fill in the story’s details, while remaining true to the Biblical account, theology, and overall context.
After watching evil spread unchecked throughout the world before the flood, angels descend in human form to intervene. But as their mortal forms are tempted by the very sins they came to eradicate, a boy and a girl from enemy tribes risk everything to ensure the angels do not fall from grace as mankind did in Eden. But not everything is as it seems, and mankind and angels will be forced to make choices that will have eternal consequences.
The Descent of the Gods will be followed by The Children of Wrath & then by The Sons of God. These sequels are currently in active development.