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Friday, November 25, 2011

Sheep Review: Nephilim Genesis of Evil by Renee Pawlish

Nephilim Genesis of Evil by author Renee Pawlish is a mystery-suspense novel with a heaping of Paranormal. Well written and all-consuming, Nephilim truly is a spooky party you don't want to pass up.


A dark power described in Genesis revisits the small mountain town of Taylor Crossing. After witnessing an evil presence in New York City, Rory Callahan comes out West in search of answers, and finds a town succumbing to supernatural forces. Now, an evil prophesy may be fulfilled by the Nephilim.

To be honest this is a complete "out of the box" read for me, I was a bit hesitant going into the story, but after the second chapter I couldn't put it down to save my life! Or feed the dog for that matter, but fear not he got lots of love after. ;) Ancient spirits are plaguing a small city in the Colorado Rockies, people are starting to go missing or beginning to act very....strange. *Twilight Zone music plays* Could it be the work of a curse or maybe something darker and bloodier than first imagined? Supernatural beings could be afoot OR it could all be a massive hoax to scare a big city journalist following up on some mysterious stories of gold rush days and run-down mining towns. You won't know which it is until the very end and that's what keeps you turning the pages at a hyper-speed pace.

I started reading the book at night, and while I talk a big game about being a vampire I am terrified of the things that go bump in the night! If you get spooked easily then read this thriller during the day, possibly with the doors locked. Renne writes in such a vividly detailed way you are completely sucked into her believable world. Her characters have a solid foundation of truth and a flow you don't come by often. The smex level is low but you don't need much of it with a book this hott!

It's a powerful read with some important points that Renee does a brilliant job of touching on while diving deeper with more meaningful description when needed. The rugged outdoor setting draws you into this small town affair keeping you well entranced. If you love a well written story that will take you to edge of suspense shake you around a bit just for giggles and drag you back then grab this book today!

Follow the Amazon link below to get your Kindle copy for only .99 cents!

Getting 4 and 1/2 Gold Miner Sheep



  1. Thanks! I am thrilled you liked it. It's a great feeling when readers see the vision you are writing about.

  2. damn, you got me wanting to read this! Thanks for the review :)

  3. Thank you for this awesome review!

  4. Great review! Another one for the TBR list!

  5. Thanks for the comments everyone! Can't wait to hear what you all think of it too. :) BUT If you get freaked out easy (like me) I honestly caution to read it during the day! It's soooo good but spooky at the same time.

    PS this all comes from the girl who still to do this day watches the movie 'Signs' ONLY during day light hours. And I always pause it at least 5 times so I can run around the house and scream. lol Come on though the alien hand under the door!!! *shivers* that was creepy.