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Fifty years have passed since the Watchers first came to earth as told by Dr. Lawler. Both Lawler and Ron Freeman are still confined to the dank cell as the long night crawls on, getting colder by the minute. Despite the harsh circumstances they findMoreFifty years have passed since the Watchers first came to earth as told by Dr. Lawler. Both Lawler and Ron Freeman are still confined to the dank cell as the long night crawls on, getting colder by the minute. Despite the harsh circumstances they find themselves in, Ron finds that the story is giving him strength to endure. Lawler also notices this and continues the tale while Ron listens in rapt attention. The Nephilim are now adults and have begun to subjugate the earth. Like powerful adolescent children, these hybrid creatures run over the earth, bringing terror wherever they go. The tiny village of Darom, where the leader of the Watchers first made contact with The Chosen Ones, has now become the home of the horrific brothers named Hiwa and Hiya, Nephilim offspring of the Watcher Samyaza, who have prodigious appetites of all types. Their nearest cousin, a Nephilim named Darmon, is at first a stalwart ally of the sons of Samyaza. But the brother’s ambitions do not include Darmon and soon it becomes apparent that the prophecy made by Enoch is a certainty- the Nephilim will slay one another before the end. Along the way is the story of Ord the shepherd who is caught up in the tumult of the Watchers and their offspring, his attempt to save his peaceful village and keep the hearts of his fellow man focused on The Most High God. This is complicated when Ord’s granddaughter, Tiamah is kidnapped by the Nephilim and taken off by them. Ord must risk his life to retrieve her, entering the dark realm of Samyaza to do so. This second installment ends with a twist that is right out of the Bible and is certain to be just as controversial. Lawler and Ron remain captive still and as the dawn begins to break, the older man continues his tale.