Enki is the son of Anu, God King of Nibiru. Heir to the throne and his father’s closest confidant, his only rival is the malevolent god Inlil, his half-brother.
Having committed transgressions against other gods, Inlil is put on trial. His father, Anu, banishes him to Earth. There, he is given the ability of versipellis, a shapeshifter. He chooses to reside in the form of a wolf and rules within that realm. With this banishment, Anu places one decree on Inlil. He must not encroach upon the domain of man.
Inlil cannot resist. He discovers the pain and suffering of man strengthens him. He determines this empowerment can be used for a return to Nibiru. Once there, he plans to overthrow his father, and seek vengeance upon those responsible for his banishment.
In response to Inlil’s latest offense, Anu sends Enki to Earth. Also given the ability of versipellis, Enki chooses the form of a great white eagle and the adventure begins.
Using myths and religious legends, Inlil recruits followers as the Egyptian god Apep and Zoroastrian demon Ahriman. For two thousand years they battle through ancient Egypt and Pakistan, with the future of mankind in the balance.
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William & Pam are authors and educators from Pensacola Florida. Pam is now retired, staying home to write, edit, and take care of their two cats, Mittens and Sassy.
Their current titles include the historical fiction, fantasy, mythology novella series, The Gods Among Us. All four novellas, Banished, Versipellis, Suffer The Innocent, and Return To Nibiru, are available individually or together in one title.
Specter of The Covington Fencibles, a Civil War era ghost novella about the author’s great grandfather is now on sale. Future paranormal novellas based on this period are planned for 2013.
Strega Muirne (Moor-na), novella one of a new series, The Streghe, is now in publication. Book Two, Stregone Alberich is currently being written.
The Groaning Bridge, a novel based on the legend of Sir Goddard Oxenbridge is scheduled to be published November 15, 2012. Sir Goddard was a knight to King Henry VIII. His life changed at the Battle of Flodden Field. Rumors and lore claim he was a cannibal who terrorized the children of Brede, England. Hence, his nicknames, The Giant of Brede and The Ogre of Sussex.
You can visit their site/blog for more information and extended multi chapter readings of all their titles.
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Research in Native American History.