Nephilim Prophecy ePUB Þ Kindle Edition

Nephilim Prophecy ePUB Þ Kindle Edition


  • Kindle Edition
  • 299 pages
  • Nephilim Prophecy (The God Code #1)
  • Adrienne Wilder
  • English
  • 08 January 2016

10 thoughts on “Nephilim Prophecy (The God Code #1)

  1. ❧A Bookish Berkeley Girl❧ ❧A Bookish Berkeley Girl❧ says:

    SWEETEST ANGEL EVERI felt like I just got dropped in the middle of a story This book starts off complex can be confusing but eventually it pulls togetherand what a love storyit was freaking adorableI missed the first 25 years butthe sweet loving relationship of these two made up for itNonethelessI enjoyed this book ButI really neeeeeeed the next book with that cliffy' None the less I love this book This book and my feelswell gosh I simply loved this book it has my favorite MC who is pure sweetness and he happens to be an angel and he was writen well ❤️ AndAww A Captured Angel view spoilerIn my mind it's Jake and I was so glad he didn't get written out of the story because he is adorable hide spoiler


  2. Heather K (dentist in my spare time) Heather K (dentist in my spare time) says:

    Awesome Kindle freebie 5815


  3. ~nikki the recovering book addict ~nikki the recovering book addict says:

    FascinatingThis was definitely very well thought out How one links all these lores and stories together is beyond impressive I can just imagine the amount of research this reuiresAnyway I gave this only four stars because it wasn’t a smooth read It’s a lot of things to digest and remember so it took some effort to read the book But the story was well crafted The plot line was solid I just can’t believe it’s not finished yet and potentially might continueI hope there’s a seuel because this much thought and research shouldn’t go to waste It’s definitely an interesting storyline Kudos to the author 🙌🙌🙌


  4. Lori Lori says:

    I love the world Adrienne Wilder created here demons palets demon hunters for the uninitiated nephilim an unsteady truce between heaven and hellit's fantasticIndigo is a Palet He has the ability to see demons and the training to hunt and kill them He is one of the last in a dying breed Things are done differently these days a covenant set up between heaven and hell or at least the church and demons means that it is no okay to just go and kill demons any even if they are using humans in nefarious ways In writing it all seems to be on the legitimate side humans are the only creatures gifted with free will the right to make choices if the choice they make is to mix with demonswell it's their bed and they must lay on it Except demons are sneaky bastards not at all averse to tricking human trouble is tricked or not if the human made the choice with free will there can be no intervention Basically it's the church trying to find the easy way out of a bloody horrible problem Of course things are never that simpleIndigo gets dragged into a fight that seems impossible to win even with the back up of his true love fallen guardian angel Ariel I loved the intricacies of this story The whys and who's The struggle for power that is being fought by the demons and church alike and the struggle for love that is the centre of both Indigo and Ariel True it's a love Indigo is ignoring and denying for a good part of the story but really it's the back bone of his actions and reactions He believes in good and he believes in love He believes in humans and doing the right thing even when the price is highA complex world and a story full of twist and turns It definitely falls into the spectrum of three dimensional characters Are the 'good' guys always good Are the 'bad' guys always bad Whose right is it to decide good and bad and right and wrong The human soul that which gives us free will so coveted by those who don't have one If it is free will though do other humans have the right to decide for us what we can and can't do It's complicated beautifully written engaging and I really really want to read in this series Adrienne Wilder is an author I've had the pleasure of reading a few times in the last year and I'm getting and drawn into her writing style and the wonderful worlds she creates A recommended read from me A copy of this book was given in exchange for an honest reviewReviewed previously at BMBR


  5. Joyfully Jay Joyfully Jay says:

    A Joyfully Jay review 425 starsTo call The God Code Nephilim Prophecy ambitious would be an understatement The novel tackles Heaven Hell angels demons and the nature of free will The end result is a well written and occasionally chaotic narrative Upon starting The God Code I felt as though I was dropped into the middle of a novel already in progress The author clearly expected me to hit the ground running and though everything is eventually explained it took some work to keep up with the plot while trying to untangle the complexities of this new world Doing so was worth the effort though and the storyline moved uickly never lagging as it built to a menacing finale The characters are engaging and I found myself drawn to each of them for different reasons The relationship between Ariel and Indigo is beautiful and the tangled mess of guilt desperation and absolute love they share feels authentic Indigo is an angry driven man who feels betrayed by God and Wilder has done a good job fully realizing the inner conflict Indigo is forever battling Ariel is the epitome of grace and his devotion to Indigo in spite of all that he has endured uickly made him my favorite character of the bookRead Sue’s review in its entirety here


  6. Bree Cheese Bree Cheese says:

    The angst o meter was set to extra high for this one A very tortured and angst ridden Angel romance with a to be continued ending not uite at cliffhanger level but enough to be sad that the next book not out yet Generally stories involving Angels Demons and Religion are not my thing but Ms Adrienne Wilder is most definitely my thing She really can write anything and make the story so incredibly uniue


  7. HJ HJ says:

    I really had a difficult time rating this one I 'want' to give it 4 stars as I am a huge fan of Adrienne Wilder but this one just didn't grab me like many of her other works have Plus I noticed a lot of unexpected editing errors mostly lack of commas rampantly so I'll still continue on with the series as it gets released but I'm going to say it was really only worthy of a 3 star rating from me this time


  8. Bev Bev says:

    Crikey I enjoyed this one The Darkness and the LightChaos and Serenity Angels Demons Nephilim Palets the Church in all its various guises including traitors5 stars from me In the world where this story is set Chaos and Serenity have been battling it out for dominance for millennia and now the Church has intervened and brokered a deal the Covenant between the warring factionsthe trouble is only one side is sticking to the dealThe Palet humans who are able to sense the Demonic and are used to being able to hunt and kill them are now or less redundant but haven’t stopped keeping watch over things Members of the Church are dying including one that Indigo Black a Palet with vast experience was very close to named Dante and good man that he was Dante has left some hidden clues as to what is going on and why Indigo and his lover Guardian Angel Ariel sense something new ‘in the force’ one daya Nephilim named Nekoda supposedly the result of an Angel and human mating but as Indigo rescues Nekoda against impossible odds from a demon power gathering where he’s being raped in order to bring forth the superpower demon that’s waiting to make its entrance on Earth he realises that Nekoda is something else entirely which explains why the Demons want him This is where I’ll leave my review and my picture of Ariel the Guardian Angel I have to say I love this author’s work both this the first in the God Code series and the book Seven have got 5 stars from me and I can’t wait to see what happens next in both series Yes there are little niggles that need ironing out but both stories are gripping tense and action packed with dollops of sex thrown ina mug of coffee and these books great escapism


  9. Lynxie Lynxie says:

    I never thought I'd say that a fantasyerotic read would have too much sex but this one doesThe sex scenes were all uite similar and really just ended up making me feel like putting the book down I almost almost started to skim the sex scenesIndigo Black yeah I also wasn't a fan of his name is a broken and angry man Shackled by the church he writhes about in the human realm and pretty much pisses everyone around him off Happily he's not the stock standard 25yrs old He's in his 40s which was a pleasant change for most fantasy readsThe Nephilim that is alluded to in the synopsis was an interesting character I enjoyed reading about the preparation that the Demonic took part in to ensure a successful possession That aspect of the demonic story was uite interesting and differentThe Palet felt a bit like a club rather than an official organization that is meant to protect humankindI did enjoy Adrienne's descriptions of the Angelic they were uite beautiful in a too beautiful for reality sort of way Overall and Adrienne does acknowledge this in his profile on Goodreads the book was dark A little too dark and all doom and gloom for me to enjoyThe book needs another serious edit There were just too many issues for me to capture as I was reading but the ones I did notice are below 7% and seeing at delete at it never got easier 8% Humand Humans saw what they 19% they were a leaf in the wind 20 58% some incorrectweird punctuation Spaces where they shouldn't be A couple of missing or additional words 64% and taken him into your fold 67% was too firm in his beliefs But it was still suicide it was as if the entire world 68% and a battled delete d between 72% Ariel would simple delete e add y cease to72% 100% More of the same I didn't have my phone with me to capture the ones I saw Note I was provided an electronic copy of this book in return for an honest review


  10. Jacq ~ Jacq ~ says:

    I really enjoyed this read Very interesting just hard to follow at times not enough to annoy you but shift a gear Nice plot Lots of good chemistry Very cute to be continued ending I could not put this book down


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Nephilim Prophecy (The God Code #1)❰Reading❯ ➸ Nephilim Prophecy (The God Code #1) Author Adrienne Wilder – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk For twenty years the Covenant between Serenity and Chaos has stopped the war between Heaven and Hell but left mankind vulnerable to the Demonic And warriors like Indigo Black a Palet a man cursed with For twenty years the Covenant between Serenity and Chaos has stopped the war between Heaven and Hell but left mankind vulnerable to the Demonic And warriors like Indigo Black a Palet a man cursed with the ability to kill and see the Demonic have been forbidden from seeking out the evil walking among men and destroying it The one time Indigo dare challenge the Covenant to save an a human life the Church punished him by breaking the wings of his Guardian Angel and lover Ariel and cast him out of heaven Living with the burden of his guilt has cost Indigo everything Then the death of a mentor begins to unravel a deadly secret The Demonic have some how created a Nephilim who has a human soul and is capable of being possessed by the most powerful members of the Demonic Parliament A vessel who would allow the Demonic to walk the mortal plain With the Covenant broken Indigo must win the battle go protect an innocent who holds the fate of mankind and win an all out war to save his heart.


About the Author: Adrienne Wilder

Georgia born and bred I am an artist a writer and a general pain in the ass I spend most of my days working on my next book or designing cover art for other writers For stress relief I do olympic lifting and occasionally run but hate it I have been in love with writing since I was very young but it wasnt until recently that I decided to pursue it as a profession I have experimented in se.


10 thoughts on “Nephilim Prophecy (The God Code #1)

  1. ❧A Bookish Berkeley Girl❧ ❧A Bookish Berkeley Girl❧ says:

    SWEETEST ANGEL EVERI felt like I just got dropped in the middle of a story This book starts off complex can be confusing but eventually it pulls togetherand what a love storyit was freaking adorableI missed the first 25 years butthe sweet loving relationship of these two made up for itNonethelessI enjoyed this book ButI really neeeeeeed the next book with that cliffy' None the less I love this book This book and my feelswell gosh I simply loved this book it has my favorite MC who is pure sweetness and he happens to be an angel and he was writen well ❤️ AndAww A Captured Angel view spoilerIn my mind it's Jake and I was so glad he didn't get written out of the story because he is adorable hide spoiler

  2. Heather K (dentist in my spare time) Heather K (dentist in my spare time) says:

    Awesome Kindle freebie 5815

  3. ~nikki the recovering book addict ~nikki the recovering book addict says:

    FascinatingThis was definitely very well thought out How one links all these lores and stories together is beyond impressive I can just imagine the amount of research this reuiresAnyway I gave this only four stars because it wasn’t a smooth read It’s a lot of things to digest and remember so it took some effort to read the book But the story was well crafted The plot line was solid I just can’t believe it’s not finished yet and potentially might continueI hope there’s a seuel because this much thought and research shouldn’t go to waste It’s definitely an interesting storyline Kudos to the author 🙌🙌🙌

  4. Lori Lori says:

    I love the world Adrienne Wilder created here demons palets demon hunters for the uninitiated nephilim an unsteady truce between heaven and hellit's fantasticIndigo is a Palet He has the ability to see demons and the training to hunt and kill them He is one of the last in a dying breed Things are done differently these days a covenant set up between heaven and hell or at least the church and demons means that it is no okay to just go and kill demons any even if they are using humans in nefarious ways In writing it all seems to be on the legitimate side humans are the only creatures gifted with free will the right to make choices if the choice they make is to mix with demonswell it's their bed and they must lay on it Except demons are sneaky bastards not at all averse to tricking human trouble is tricked or not if the human made the choice with free will there can be no intervention Basically it's the church trying to find the easy way out of a bloody horrible problem Of course things are never that simpleIndigo gets dragged into a fight that seems impossible to win even with the back up of his true love fallen guardian angel Ariel I loved the intricacies of this story The whys and who's The struggle for power that is being fought by the demons and church alike and the struggle for love that is the centre of both Indigo and Ariel True it's a love Indigo is ignoring and denying for a good part of the story but really it's the back bone of his actions and reactions He believes in good and he believes in love He believes in humans and doing the right thing even when the price is highA complex world and a story full of twist and turns It definitely falls into the spectrum of three dimensional characters Are the 'good' guys always good Are the 'bad' guys always bad Whose right is it to decide good and bad and right and wrong The human soul that which gives us free will so coveted by those who don't have one If it is free will though do other humans have the right to decide for us what we can and can't do It's complicated beautifully written engaging and I really really want to read in this series Adrienne Wilder is an author I've had the pleasure of reading a few times in the last year and I'm getting and drawn into her writing style and the wonderful worlds she creates A recommended read from me A copy of this book was given in exchange for an honest reviewReviewed previously at BMBR

  5. Joyfully Jay Joyfully Jay says:

    A Joyfully Jay review 425 starsTo call The God Code Nephilim Prophecy ambitious would be an understatement The novel tackles Heaven Hell angels demons and the nature of free will The end result is a well written and occasionally chaotic narrative Upon starting The God Code I felt as though I was dropped into the middle of a novel already in progress The author clearly expected me to hit the ground running and though everything is eventually explained it took some work to keep up with the plot while trying to untangle the complexities of this new world Doing so was worth the effort though and the storyline moved uickly never lagging as it built to a menacing finale The characters are engaging and I found myself drawn to each of them for different reasons The relationship between Ariel and Indigo is beautiful and the tangled mess of guilt desperation and absolute love they share feels authentic Indigo is an angry driven man who feels betrayed by God and Wilder has done a good job fully realizing the inner conflict Indigo is forever battling Ariel is the epitome of grace and his devotion to Indigo in spite of all that he has endured uickly made him my favorite character of the bookRead Sue’s review in its entirety here

  6. Bree Cheese Bree Cheese says:

    The angst o meter was set to extra high for this one A very tortured and angst ridden Angel romance with a to be continued ending not uite at cliffhanger level but enough to be sad that the next book not out yet Generally stories involving Angels Demons and Religion are not my thing but Ms Adrienne Wilder is most definitely my thing She really can write anything and make the story so incredibly uniue

  7. HJ HJ says:

    I really had a difficult time rating this one I 'want' to give it 4 stars as I am a huge fan of Adrienne Wilder but this one just didn't grab me like many of her other works have Plus I noticed a lot of unexpected editing errors mostly lack of commas rampantly so I'll still continue on with the series as it gets released but I'm going to say it was really only worthy of a 3 star rating from me this time

  8. Bev Bev says:

    Crikey I enjoyed this one The Darkness and the LightChaos and Serenity Angels Demons Nephilim Palets the Church in all its various guises including traitors5 stars from me In the world where this story is set Chaos and Serenity have been battling it out for dominance for millennia and now the Church has intervened and brokered a deal the Covenant between the warring factionsthe trouble is only one side is sticking to the dealThe Palet humans who are able to sense the Demonic and are used to being able to hunt and kill them are now or less redundant but haven’t stopped keeping watch over things Members of the Church are dying including one that Indigo Black a Palet with vast experience was very close to named Dante and good man that he was Dante has left some hidden clues as to what is going on and why Indigo and his lover Guardian Angel Ariel sense something new ‘in the force’ one daya Nephilim named Nekoda supposedly the result of an Angel and human mating but as Indigo rescues Nekoda against impossible odds from a demon power gathering where he’s being raped in order to bring forth the superpower demon that’s waiting to make its entrance on Earth he realises that Nekoda is something else entirely which explains why the Demons want him This is where I’ll leave my review and my picture of Ariel the Guardian Angel I have to say I love this author’s work both this the first in the God Code series and the book Seven have got 5 stars from me and I can’t wait to see what happens next in both series Yes there are little niggles that need ironing out but both stories are gripping tense and action packed with dollops of sex thrown ina mug of coffee and these books great escapism

  9. Lynxie Lynxie says:

    I never thought I'd say that a fantasyerotic read would have too much sex but this one doesThe sex scenes were all uite similar and really just ended up making me feel like putting the book down I almost almost started to skim the sex scenesIndigo Black yeah I also wasn't a fan of his name is a broken and angry man Shackled by the church he writhes about in the human realm and pretty much pisses everyone around him off Happily he's not the stock standard 25yrs old He's in his 40s which was a pleasant change for most fantasy readsThe Nephilim that is alluded to in the synopsis was an interesting character I enjoyed reading about the preparation that the Demonic took part in to ensure a successful possession That aspect of the demonic story was uite interesting and differentThe Palet felt a bit like a club rather than an official organization that is meant to protect humankindI did enjoy Adrienne's descriptions of the Angelic they were uite beautiful in a too beautiful for reality sort of way Overall and Adrienne does acknowledge this in his profile on Goodreads the book was dark A little too dark and all doom and gloom for me to enjoyThe book needs another serious edit There were just too many issues for me to capture as I was reading but the ones I did notice are below 7% and seeing at delete at it never got easier 8% Humand Humans saw what they 19% they were a leaf in the wind 20 58% some incorrectweird punctuation Spaces where they shouldn't be A couple of missing or additional words 64% and taken him into your fold 67% was too firm in his beliefs But it was still suicide it was as if the entire world 68% and a battled delete d between 72% Ariel would simple delete e add y cease to72% 100% More of the same I didn't have my phone with me to capture the ones I saw Note I was provided an electronic copy of this book in return for an honest review

  10. Jacq ~ Jacq ~ says:

    I really enjoyed this read Very interesting just hard to follow at times not enough to annoy you but shift a gear Nice plot Lots of good chemistry Very cute to be continued ending I could not put this book down

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