Demien by Kenneth MorvantDemien by Kenneth Morvant

Series: Professor Pendleton
Genres: Action & Adventure, Alien Contact, Angels/Demons, Metaphysical & Visionary, Science Fiction, Supernatural, Young Adult
Published on April, 2015

The time has come . . .

The Nephilim, abominations that represent the offspring of the “sons of God” and the “daughters of man,” have stepped out of the shadows in a bid to conquer humankind.

All the while, beings far more terrifying than what the public thought was discovered at Roswell are crossing dimensions in a bold gamble to capture Earth, enslave humans, and destroy the Nephilim.

And in between: HUMANITY.

Young physicist and archaeologist Trevor Pendleton is tasked with assembling a team to unravel the mysteries of the natural and supernatural that threaten to ravage mankind and rip the world apart.

Time is short and the stakes could not be higher.

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My initial thoughts

Demien is written in the third person, and begins slap bang in the medias res in the middle of a mid-air battle. Despite the fast-paced action, the writing style makes it easy to follow. There were no obvious errors in the section I read.

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