This book offers a very interesting and believable angle on the UFO controversy. It is a fast-paced book that I found hard to put down. My wife even commented "My, that book must be exceptionally good, you have a hard time leaving it..."
This book was exciting, thrilling and yet believeble in the way it was presented. You find yourself caught up in the chase with Roswell, Euri & Mac. Elisha has a way of meeting Mac's spiritual needs and then "mentoring" Mac into a closer relationship with the Lord. It is a great story based on the Genesis 6 account of the "sons of god" coming unto the "daughters of men". Excellent!
Brenda M. reviewed The Truth Is Here (Nephilim, Bk 1) on
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This was a good way to get the information across that Marzulli has spent years uncovering, but the fiction itself is average. The story keeps you interested, but the main character is unnecessary to the plot, for the most part, and his inclusion in all of these "secrets" isn't believable. It was easier to believe about all the extraterrestrial stuff than it was to accept the fictional characters! Still, it's a good way to become informed about what is being reported, and he makes a strong case in all 3 books for ETs being part of the spirit realm rather than beings from other planets. This will be vital to keep in mind if/when the "revealing" happens.
My knowledge of Marzulli started with his more obscure books about end times prophecy and alien interviews (which I really enjoyed) in which he lays out the scenario that will be released in his fiction series. So what Im trying to say is I knew where the story was headed and I know where the last one will finish. That being said I missed out on the wow moments or hmmm, that is a strange but interesting idea. I would recommend reading his other books last if you want any surprises in this fictional series, because now I am just left with the fictional scenario and characters that Marzulli whips up. I think this book is most powerful because of the concept revealed by Marzulli and the fiction is the messenger. It is not masterful fiction but the concept is very intriguing and the Christian themes are enjoyable.