Last of the Nephilim is my wife’s favorite of the 12-book story world, most likely because it probes so deeply into the Angel character and her decisions. Set in Second Eden, the story provides a parallel to the original Eden, though the outcomes are not quite the same.
In this story, something that I foreshadowed in Raising Dragons finally bore fruit, though I didn’t know at the time that what I wrote was a foreshadowing. Those of you who have read Last of the Nephilim probably know what I’m referencing, a certain familial connection that surprised many.
(The contest clues for this post are the letters e, o, and m.)