Explosive Nephilim Thriller Now In Paperback By Dan Wooding, ASSIST News Service

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"Return of the Giants: A Dark Tale of the Nephilim," by Robert T. Brooke, is a thriller that pulls no punches.

Make no mistake, "Return of the Giants: A Dark Tale of the Nephilim," by Robert T. Brooke, is a thriller that pulls no punches. Now the Lulu.com paperback has joined the Amazon Kindle eBook version. The paperback is available at http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/return-of-the-giants-a-dark-tale-of-the-nephilim/17159389. ($16.44)

Adrenaline-junkies who love thrillers have a rare treat in store, while those among my readers too sensitive for the shock levels of a Stephen King should probably pass.

"Return of the Giants" crosses some heavy terrain—from the dark rituals and intrigue at Bohemian Grove (based on believable reports); to underground scientific projects at Stanford; high drama at Cambridge; to the shrouded New Forest region of my native England, where the terrifying giants, the Nephilim, are harbored in a massive facility. Those behind the "New World Order" are hovering in the shadows. The books is a feast for those able to read between the lines. For those unfamiliar with the term, the Nephilim are the ancient giants that were destroyed in the Great Flood and endless speculation has surrounded their terrible powers. This book explores these mysteries in a contemporary world.

The author is grateful that digital publishing has created new avenues to get around monopoly publishing's censorship and control through such innovations as Amazon.com's Kindle and Lulu.com's print-on-demand. My guess is that the publishing titans who are used to molding public opinion felt threatened by its message.

Robert T. Brooke, who has sojourned through the dark side of the occult much of his life before finding God, writes with rare insight. The story is based on an IMAX-level dream the author had of a horrifying recombinant DNA stealth scientific project in the forests of England. When the creature came into view, Brooke awoke in a cold sweat, afraid he was being shown realities beyond an ordinary dream.

The author told the ASSIST News Service (http://www.assistnews.net) that he began writing the story over seven years ago in an old Edwardian Colonial hotel in Sri Lanka, where he camped out for months. After numerous rewrites, including in remote Coromandel, NZ, where he has a residence, it was completed. I wrote a related story, "Treasure in Coromandel," about Coromandel at a writers' haven in New Zealand (http://www.assistnews.net/Stories/2011/s11050106.htm).

So, my bet is that if mega-selling author Dean Koontz were to write a thriller in which the Nephilim were brought back into the world, it would be "Return of the Giants."

The author writes at a very high level, creating a fast-paced read that is ideal for plane or train. Like Koontz, the author is a conservative libertarian who is a strong advocate of freedom, stands against the "New World Order" and believes in God, which is bound to raise the ire of some reviewers coming from the opposing camp. Expect controversy.

Meanwhile, a fellow English journalist has reviewed it: "Ragingly brilliant, riveting. Couldn't put it down. On the level of the best of Dean Koontz spliced with vintage Michael Crichton. Remarkable intrigue, depth and range." – John Hills, Publisher & Editor of Maui Gold Magazine, Maui INC Magazine and Centerpiece Magazine.

Should "Return of the Giants" fall into the hands of a director of Peter Jackson's caliber, it could easily become a blockbuster movie, especially given recent leaps in special effects.

The links to both versions of the thriller are below:

"Return of the Giants" eBook on Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004XOZ7S4

"Return of the Giants" in paperback: http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/return-of-the-giants-a-dark-tale-of-the-nephilim/17159389?

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