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Nephilim Genesis of Evil by Renee Pawlish
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Nov 09, 11

bookshelves: paranormal-thriller
Read in November, 2011

"Nephilim Genesis of evil" by author Renee Pawlish concerns a small Colorado town plagued by murderous spirits. These monsters come in the form of Nephilim, an old testament evil. Pawlish uses these entities as a sort of vampire menace in her novel, descending on the town of Taylor’s crossing every generation or so in order to perform a dark ritual that, if performed to completion, will render the world to darkness. Previous attempts have failed, but rendered the old mining town of Taylor’s Crossing a ghost town. Tasked with defending the town, and thus the world, from these monsters this time out are a small band of folks, lead by an journalist,Rory Callahan with experience in the supernatural.

The novel starts off very strong, with Pawlish conveying the mood and atmosphere of the small town, slowly increasing the eerie element.She has a clear, direct, and efficient prose that I much enjoyed. But toward the middle of the novel, Pawlish seems to be juggling a few too many characters. It’s just that the main character seems a bit lost in the shuffle for a time. It’s a very fast and straightforward read, and should entertain its targeted audience.

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