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“And Cain left the presence of the Lord, and dwelt in the land of Nod, on the east of Eden.” – Genesis 4:16

Nod is never mentioned again in the Bible. Where was it? Where did the people of Nod come from? What became of Cain? Now we have the story of Nod, as told through the eyes of Lailah, the first person to encounter Cain outside of his family. The story of Cain and Abel
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Paperback, 266 pages
Published June 2nd 2020 by D. X. Varos, Ltd,
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David Baird
Jul 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This a story based around the biblical characters Cain and Abel along with the people NOD.

I’m certainly not religious and I’m going to state straightaway that the book really didn’t seem to be aimed to solely those who hold a religious belief.. more it just felt like a tale of a primitive group of people learning their way in life.

The story shows the people of NOD grow.. and struggle as they emerge. At first value has no meaning but as they progress you see them change.. most are happy to see th
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Toshita
First published on my blog: A Colloquy on Books

When I was approached by J.M Stephen asking me to read this book, I was a little worried that this book would deal heavily with religion given that it features characters from the Bible. Thankfully Nod does not deal with religion a great deal but someone who knows nothing about the topic will likely be confused. I would have been confused by this book too, if I hadn’t read East of Eden in high school. Anyone who is familiar with the basic story of A
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