Author: TP Hogan
Series: Nephilim Code
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Release Date: March 7, 2015
Nephilim walk among us. Descendants of Angels who just want to live their lives without humans knowing they exist. Some of them anyway. Then there are the ones who want to rule over us. Like in the days of old, they want to be considered our ‘gods’.
My name is Nova Quinn. I’m a photographer... and human.
Well, I was.
Now I’m fighting for my life. I wasn’t supposed to survive but I did. Caught in a world where ‘superhuman’ abilities are normal, it’s hard enough trying to get a grip on this new reality. But when the other side shows up and wants to use my genetics for their experiments, suddenly it’s no longer enough to know Nephilim exist…I have to be one.
My name is Nova Quinn.
And I’m the created Nephilim.
Rating: 5 stars
Let me start by saying I freaking LOVED this book! This was my first book about Nephilim and I am hooked.
Nova is such a great character. She's strong, witty and has a kind soul. She makes her living as a photographer and is rarely seen without her camera in tow. She works hard, helps people whenever and however she can and is perfectly content living her life from behind a camera lens. It's behind that lens where she catches the hot new neighbor flying straight up off the roof of their building. Wait...what? Flying? That's impossible. Isn't it?
After she pours over every detail of every photo that night, she's convinced it was no illusion and is determined to discover the secrets of her 'Superman' neighbor. The only question is how to go about it. That question is quickly answered for her when Nova suddenly falls ill and it's 'Superman' and his brother who come to her rescue. What Nova learns next knocks the cheese completely off her cracker. Not only do Nephilim exist, but they exist in the form of two hot guys living next door. And the mystery illness that is plaguing Nova? It's definitely not something a couple of aspirin is going to fix.
Huge props to TP Hogan. I was thoroughly entertained from start to finish. This story reads as though it was written by a seasoned author. The pace is perfect. At no point did I find the story being dragged out or rushed. The characters are intriguing and I can't wait to learn more about them in the next book.
A definite must read.
G’Day, I’m TP Hogan.
I'm an Aussie born and bred and I've lived both in the bush and in a Capital City; with a couple of stops along the way. Right now I live on the coast in Far North Queensland, which is an interesting experience; since swimming in surf, battling jellyfish and removing sand from all sorts of places are not favourite pastimes. Writing on the other hand, is a favourite pastime. I write down the voices in my head & call them Characters. When they interact I call them Stories. Once published I call them Books. The best thing about having them published is that you can…Escape…and explore hidden worlds. When not writing, I have a full time day job, a full time husband, practice the violin, make jellies & am an occasional Radio DJ.