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Nicholas Grabowsky's award-winning, widely-praised aliens-among-us horror/science fiction epic, available for the first time packaged and edited the way it was intended to be!
The Everborn concerns the offspring of fallen angels that have lived among us since the dawn of man. Throughout the ages, they live life after life in normal society until each one falls in love and f
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Hardcover, 524 pages
Published September 5th 2009 by Black Bed Sheets Books (first published December 2002)
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Kelly
Now, I’m not an X-Files kind of girl, I usually avoid most alien stories at all cost. It’s nothing personal, it's just that it got old real quick for me. After reading this book, I am converted. All Hail Grabowsky! A book filled with a story so imaginative and profound, even I was astounded. Satisfying a reader’s interest in alternative science fiction, classic horror, suspense and yes folks, even gore. The cherry on top, a captivating plot completely unique and interwoven definitively.

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Alexander Beresford
I have to agree with Clive Barker, Stephen King and all the others who also enjoyed this book. Great stuff! The imagination and uniqueness featured in this novel leads me to believe that Nicholas Grabowsky may be some kind of alien himself. One of my all time favorites!
Jonathan
I couldn't get through this one. 20% into the story, I was disoriented (still - this sensation lasted from the very start), and was introduced to a new narrator and new characters. At that point I gave up. I felt like I was just starting to get some sense of what the book was about and what was going on when the author decided to start me from scratch. From one angle, the disorienting style could be appreciated for aligning with the experience of an alien encounter or kidnapping. I don't see it ...more
Franchisca
Probably the most brilliant book I've ever read of horror or science fiction, and that is a lot to say, but I was immersed in this book for two weeks and found myself reading it again later. There's a lot to it and it's not an easy read, but it really takes you for a wild ride and I'll never look at alien greys or urban myths the same way again, ever. Over-the-top outstanding!
Chris0804
I think the story isn't too bad and I like the way the characters are presented but I don't like the writing style of the author and the last few chapters were absolutely confusing.
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Nicholas Grabowsky’s novels of horror/fantasy and mainstream pulp fiction, both as himself, as Nicholas Randers, and as Marsena Shane, have generated worldwide acclaim for over two decades and praised by many of today’s most popular horror gurus in the literary world. He began his career in traditional publishing houses with brisk sellers in mass market paperback horror and romance, and the last t ...more
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