The book shows how the values we have define who we are, it shows that life is more than just being concerned about the bottom line, it shows that knowing what the right thing to do in a situation isn’t always an easy thing to know.
Yacolt, WA (PRWEB) August 13, 2013
In “Nephilim: The Long Journey Home” (published by iUniverse), author Jeffery Lyles’ new novel, readers learn that their world is directly affected by those they surround themselves with.
From an early age, Adam knew he was different then most. What he perceived as “normal” would by no means be considered ordinary by most individuals. But when a twist of fate changes Adam’s life dramatically, he finds himself in situations he could have never foreseen. These situations challenge his preconceived notions of what normalcy is and how it affects his life. As he pushes through each new challenge, he finds that the lives of those around him also change. Will he be able to see who his real enemies are in time to save himself and his new role in life before they snatch it away from him? Only time will tell.
“‘Nephilim’ is meant to show readers that their lives are impacted by their family and the world around them,” says Lyles. “The book shows how the values we have define who we are, it shows that life is more than just being concerned about the bottom line, it shows that knowing what the right thing to do in a situation isn’t always an easy thing to know.”
Lyles was interviewed by The Reflector Extra, a local newspaper, about himself and “Nephilim.” The interview, Getting to Know: Jeffery Lyles, can be found at The Reflector’s website.
By Jeffery Lyles
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 290 pages | ISBN 9781475978803
E-Book | 290 pages | ISBN 9781475978810
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Jeffery Lyles grew up the oldest of three siblings. He holds multiple welding certificates and has worked in the construction industry as a pipefitter. Lyles is married and enjoys reading in his spare time.
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