By Brian Godawa

ISBN-10: 0985930977

ISBN-13: 9780985930974

The Forefather and Patriarch You suggestion You Knew.

After the nice Flood, the large king Nimrod builds the Tower of Babel and unites the realm in uprising opposed to the writer.

But God has different plans. He reasons the confusion of languages and disperses Nimrod's nation upon the earth. He then chooses an easy nomad Abraham as subsequent within the line of the Seed of Promise.

But Nimrod isn't lifeless. He units out on a process revenge to discover Abraham and kill him with a view to thwart God’s plan without end.

Abraham is within the land of Canaan, a land that's full of the Nephilim giants of Genesis 6, and the Watchers rule as gods. And Sodom and Gomorrah is the flashpoint for the Watchers’ subsequent diabolical plan. The Seed of the Serpent vs. the Seed of Promise.

The conflict of the Seed is emerging.

Part of the Biblical myth sequence Chronicles of the Nephilim

Abraham Allegiant is the fourth ebook of the Biblical myth sequence Chronicles of the Nephilim, an epic tale that starts off with Enoch and Noah and tells the Biblical storyline of the Genesis 6 Nephilim giants, hybrid offspring of the angelic Watchers mating with human ladies.

In Abraham Allegiant, you’ll observe:

• the real identification of the strong Hunter Nimrod from the Bible.
• The mythical Semiramis, Nimrod’s ravishingly appealing and cunningly ruthless queen.
• The attention-grabbing upward push and fall of the notorious Tower of Babel from Genesis.
• the guts stirring romance among Abraham and Sarah.
• What rather occurred to Sodom and Gomorrah.

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With luck, he could find them before they were killed in small groups by the Aiel. First there was the matter of this sister, though. In many ways he would rather have gone on without her, but leaving her alone, maybe to take an arrow she never saw coming, was not an option he could allow himself. As he started to rise and wave to her, though, the horse stumbled and fell, pitching her over its head. He cursed, then again when the looking glass showed him an arrow standing up from the black’s side.

I . . I have confirmation that the White Tower truly has broken,” Omerna went on. “The . . ” No wonder he sounded nervous, speaking heresy. There was no Black Ajah; all of the witches were Darkfriends. Niall ignored him and broke the wax sealing the tube with his thumbnail. He had used Balwer to start those rumors, and now they came back to him. Omerna believed every rumor his ears caught, and his ears caught them all. ” Of course the witches were conferring with him! He was their creation, their puppet.

They had as little shame as the Aiel, the Mayeners. “Gaul explained it to me, Aram. You know what a gai’shain is, don’t you? ” The other man nodded, which was a good thing. Perrin did not know much himself. Gaul’s explanations of Aiel ways often left him more confused. Gaul always thought it all selfevident. “Well, gai’shain aren’t allowed to wear anything one of the algai’d’siswai might wear—that means ‘spear fighters,’ ” he added at Aram’s questioning frown. Suddenly he realized he was looking straight at one of the Shaido as she trotted in his general direction, a tall young woman, golden-haired and pretty despite a long thin scar down her cheek and other scars elsewhere.

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