It takes men of giant faith to face the Giants of Canaan.
After 400 years of slavery in Egypt, the Israelites under Moses have escaped into the desert and are prepared to enter the land of Canaan that God had promised them. There's only one problem: It's crawling with giants. And these giants are the Seed of the Serpent, linked to the nefarious Nephilim giants before the Flood. They are called Anakim, Rephaim and others.
Only two men, Joshua and Caleb, have the faith to face these Nephilim giants whose murderous idolatry defiles the land. But first, they must establish a bridgehead across the river Jordan to launch their invasion.
But this land is the territory of King Og of Bashan, the last of the mighty Rephaim giants who worship the goddess of war, Ashtart. And Ashtart has plans to annihilate Israel with an evil occultic army.
The War of the Seed is climaxing in this first of two companion novels, including Caleb Vigilant.
Joshua Valiant is the fifth book of the Biblical fantasy series Chronicles of the Nephilim, an epic story that begins with Enoch and Noah and tells the Biblical storyline of the Genesis 6 Nephilim giants, hybrid offspring of the angelic Watchers mating with human women.
In Joshua Valiant, you'll discover:
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Starting in Chapter 6 (marked as 9 by the chapter marks) the books starts to skip around and longer you go, seems to get worst. Book needs to be fixed. Happens in all versions. If it gets fixed, love to change the review.
The prologue which explains the use of the Bible verses and biblical archeology/history. I understand so much more and it makes the author 's story so believable. In his first book I wasn't sure I would care for the author's narration.but now I feel he is the right person and his voice has become familiar. I will investigate other books he has written outside this series.
The strong belief of Caleb.
His ability to voice each character.
'Ole grumbling Moses. I see him in a more human light and have a better appreciation of what he did for the Israelites.
Recommend this series to anyone that wants fiction to relate to and share the biblical history.
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