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In a spellbinding trilogy that weaves truth, prophecy, fiction, and the author’s own shocking research, the Nephilim trilogy by L. A. Marzulli opens with the discovery of a giant skeleton in Jerusalem, the ancient remains of the offspring of a fallen angel and a human woman—a Nephilim, and the beginning of a hybrid lineage whose terror is about to be reborn into the modern world.
Soon, evidence reveals that fallen angels have reemerged on the world scene disguised as aliens, abducting human women for their breeding program, and initiating the biblical Great Deception that culminates with the Anti-Christ, the Alien Gospel, and the Apocalypse.
It’s a race against time as investigative journalist Art "Mac" MacKenzie sets off on a whirlwind journey around the globe that includes a secret hospital wing for alien abductees in Los Angeles, the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Machu Pichu in Peru, crop circles in England, the Vatican in Rome, and the purported tomb of Jesus.
Before Dan Brown’s "The Da Vinci Code," Peter Jenning’s ABC special and the Sci-Fi Channel’s special "The Fallen Ones," L. A. Marzulli’s Nephilim trilogy had delved into the Merovingian Heresy, aliens, fallen angels, the death of the pope, and more.
"The truth is out there, and journalist "Mac" MacKenzie must find it. This is an XFiles-type story with demons masquerading as aliens. Marzulli is one masterful storyteller with a chillingly believable tale." -- Houston Chronicle, October 16th, 1999
Sisters, Oregon (RNS) - When I grow up I want to be a master storyteller, like Lynn Marzulli is. As one of Christendom’ s most prolific fiction writers he has delivered another slice of doomsday suspense that boils into a page-turning nail-biter… …"You know that old saying that 'a sequel is never as good as the original'? Lynn Marzulli must have skipped that class because The Revealing is a tour de force, a climactic encounter in every way as riveting as the first two books of the Nephilim Series - and they were terrific!" (By Thomas Horn, RNS News Sr. Reporter)
National Book Review
By Vickie McDonough
THE UNHOLY DECEPTION is a fascinating supernatural thriller. L. A. Marzulli's unusual perspective on aliens and UFOs is quite thought provoking and will have you reevaluating all you've ever heard about them. I felt at a disadvantage not having read the Nephilim, the first book in the series, but I was still quickly pulled into THE UNHOLY DECEPTION and enjoyed it very much. It carries a powerful faith message that makes you want nothing less than to be on the winning team. The plot moves along quickly and pulls you in from the very beginning. L. A. Marzulli's characters are well developed. You'll feel the humans' fear and desperation turn to hope as they discover the only weapon that can conquer the aliens. The aliens are spine-chillingly creepy and will make you thankful you've never had to face them in person. THE UNHOLY DECEPTION has one of the most spectacular endings I've ever read. I felt like I was reading at supersonic speed just to find out what happened. Even if you aren't a sci-fi fan, don't miss this thrilling book.
There's plenty of apocalypse in Marzulli's Nephilim, featuring his ingenious explanation of the infamous UFO sighting--and alleged suppression of the story by the air force--in Roswell, New Mexico. Art Mackenzie, a newspaper reporter who's been boozing ever since the death of his son, and whose father disappeared at Roswell, stumbles onto a secret ward of a Southern California hospital where mental patients speak of aliens, giants, UFOs, etc. Mackenzie is off to Israel and Peru to solve the mystery, and, yes, it turns out that aliens are among us. They are the Nephilim, an ancient, mysterious race described in Genesis, on Earth again prefiguring the Second Coming. Clever and compulsively readable.
THE LIBRARY JOURNAL
...Marzulli's book is the first, one hopes, in a thrilling new series.
"A very provocative scenario. It appears Lynn Marzulli has done his homework." - CHUCK MISSLER, ALIEN ENCOUNTERS
(Nephilim) is the written equivalent of a spectacular 4th of July display, complete with marching band. - CHRISTIANITY TODAY