De-Extinction of the Nephilim. A Short Story. Audiobook

De-Extinction of the Nephilim. A Short Story. Audiobook

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 Unearth the past. Awaken the future.

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When archaeologist Dr Emilia Kaya uncovers a massive sarcophagus containing the remains of a mysterious winged creature, she sets in motion a chain of events that could lead to the resurrection of the Nephilim—the fearsome giants of biblical legend.

Desperate to unlock the secrets hidden within the ancient bones, Emilia enlists the help of geneticist Dr Alex Novak, who races to decode the DNA that could confirm the existence of these beings. But their curiosity leads them into the center of a shadowy conflict over the power to redefine life itself—one that risks unleashing an unstoppable force.

In this gripping short story that blurs the lines between science and faith, award-winning author J.F. Penn weaves together elements of archaeology, genetics, and biblical mythology. De-Extinction of the Nephilim will leave you questioning the nature of humanity and the consequences of playing God.

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"Gripping, heart pounding, exciting and intense hair raising storytelling! A somewhat unexpected revelation with a sudden turn of events bringing up a twisted and unpredictable ending. I was left with wanting more!"

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"What an amazing story. I don't know how she puts so much intensity into a short story, but she does it every time."

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"This story had me sitting on the edge of my chair for practically the entire reading ... If you are looking for some excitement, go no further, as this story is for you! I can highly recommend it!"

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Based on 5 reviews
Jeffrey Aitken
I’ll confess to loving JF Penn’s work, and this one is no exception.

Narrated by Ms Penn, we get a full interpretation from the author. Some may prefer an actor's voice, but I find the creator's rendition adds more.

It integrates archaeological mystery with leading-edge genetic science, creating a unique and interesting plot that keeps readers engaged from start to finish.

J.F. Penn’s well researched writing style is vivid and descriptive, immersing the reader in the ancient wonders of Göbekli Tepe and the high-tech world of genetics.

However, the story’s pacing can fluctuate with some transitions feeling abrupt.

I had just settled down for another chapter and it ended. If you follow the old saying, “Always leave them wanting more,” then this short story achieved that.

Its unique premise and well-crafted characters make it a standout in the genre, promising an engaging experience for readers.

Ronel Janse van Vuuren
A tale of curiosity killing the cat…

I decided to listen to the audiobook version of the book as part of my move to consuming more audio content.

I like the cover! I also liked the narration.

There’s so much going on in this short story – especially beneath the surface – and is a rich tale. Lush sensory detail. A tale of curiosity killing the cat…

*I received an ARC from the author and this is my honest opinion.

Julia Goodfellow-Smith
A great story, well-narrated

This is the first of Joanna Penn’s novels I have listened to, and I loved it. I had already read the book and had a spare hour on a train, so decided to listen to it, too. I hope there’s a sequel!

Elizabeth Christie

I normally love Jf Penns books but i found this one disappointing as it ended so quickly with no real ending Just left in midair Hope there will be a sequel to finish it properly

Very very good

This is another cracking story from this author. I was fascinated by the storyline all the way through. Like the other readers have commented on, it was too short, but still very, very good. Highly recommended.