Abraham Allegiant (Chronicles of the Nephilim Book 4) Kindle Edition
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While everyone knows the kinds of 'things' that go on sexually between people I certainly was surprised to see the following in this novel:
"This evening’s activities focused around the use of Marduk’s fists, But not for beating Nimrod. Rather he used them in an unspeakable sexual activity that involved Nimrod’s anus."
Godawa, Brian. Abraham Allegiant (Chronicles of the Nephilim Book 4) (Kindle Locations 1219-1220).
"He pulled his arm out of Enki’s anus. He stumbled to the edge"
Godawa, Brian. Abraham Allegiant (Chronicles of the Nephilim Book 4) (Kindle Location 2625).
I completely fail to see how this adds anything at all to the book other than to serve to cater to the culture. Anyone with 1/2 a brain knows that these activities are a part of the past and current culture but to have them in this book (and perhaps the subsequent books) does nothing to add to the story line at all.
Perhaps this is fine art to many but I will not waste my time filling my head with garbage. It's a shame but not surprising given that each previous book has moved in this direction: adding more and more titillation.
I actually thought the physical interactions between Abram and Sarai was amorous and yet in keeping with a man and woman who are in love with each and love each other as God intended.
Sex is a good thing, a God given thing, but the descriptions in this book as above, are simply shameful.
I will be deleting these and other unread 'books' from my account.
I am a Bible-reading Catholic and I have yet to find anything in his books that would make me question my faith. In fact, I find myself frequently sympathizing with the characters and their struggle to remain faithful to a God they know is there but can't fathom, a God who provides miracles and demands obedience.
I just love how the story is set within the historical frame as we know it (from archaeological evidence). I have been recommending this book to many of my friends. Thoroughly enjoyable read!
I still highly recommend the series and still plan on reading the last 2 books that are coming out. I just wanted to throw it out there for those people who don't like this kind of stuff when they are reading.
That is all.