Historical Fiction Giveaway at Amazon

FREE from Amazon all day Monday (Dec. 3) and Tuesday (Dec. 4). The Hidden Ones is volume 1 of the new series, Legacy of the Watchers.
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Dec. 1, 2012 - PRLog -- Christmas shopping got you down? Here’s something for you…and it’s free: You can download  The Hidden Ones from Amazon all day Monday (Dec. 3) and Tuesday (Dec. 4).

The Hidden Ones digs up the past (ancient Mesopotamia) in search of answers to a modern day mystery. It is historical fiction with paranormal elements (as they pertain to the ancient legends and mythology). I think you’ll find it’s very different from other paranormal books out there.

There’s a description of the book and the series below. Also, you can “LOOK INSIDE THE BOOK” or download the entire book here: http://www.amazon.com/Hidden-Ones-Legacy-Watchers-ebook/d... (http://www.amazon.com/Hidden-Ones-Legacy-Watchers-ebook/dp/B009R4CJB8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1352236108&sr=8-1&keywords=nancy+madore+the+hidden+ones)

Remember, the book is FREE this Monday and Tuesday only. Happy reading!


(the series)
A historical, speculative, science fiction adventure

Thousands of years ago something came out of the sky that changed the course of human history. Testimonies abound of these ‘angels’ and their hybrid offspring, the ‘Nephilim’ giants. These mighty ‘gods’ quickly rose to power, and the ancient world came alive with industry and culture. People who lived for hundreds of thousands of years as hunters and gatherers suddenly began settling in one place, cultivating the land and even governing themselves. They invented irrigation, the wheel and algebra. Yet amidst all this progress, an undercurrent of terror was spreading like wildfire, carrying whispers of ‘djinn,’ ‘daeva’ and ‘demons.’

The Watchers were supposed to do just that: watch. But humankind proved far too tempting and they ‘fell’ to earth, taking wives and even producing children. But their children grew into unruly giants whose souls didn’t ascend like human souls when they die, but remained here on earth. These errant souls haunt the earth to this day. They are the ‘djinn,’ the ‘hidden ones,’ also known as ‘daeva’ and ‘demon.’ They have one purpose—to live. But to live they need bodies.

This chain of events has now reached the point where the djinn need more than just our bodies to survive. They must take back control of the earth, just as in the days when they ruled as gods.

The Hidden Ones (book one)

As CEO of her own thriving company, Nadia Adeire is flush with success, but a secret society dating back to the Essenes believes her to be one of the ancient djinn—the notorious demoness of Hebrew legend, Lilith. What’s more, they have reason to believe that she’s plotting a catastrophic attack on the world.

Nadia is snatched from her ‘perfect’ life and caught in a maze between a present day disaster and the ancient legends of the djinn. The only way out is to retrace the steps of her deceased grandmother, Helene. The deeper Nadia delves into the past, the harder it will be for her to emerge unscathed. But it’s the only way to stop this impending disaster that was set in motion five thousand years ago!


Though THE HIDDEN ONES is a work of fiction, the historical content within the book is accurate. It is especially interesting to note how what happened so long ago in Mesopotamia still affects us today. Our religions, our wars, even our worst fears are irrevocably tied to that period in history. Perhaps the past hold keys to the present, buried among the many artifacts and writings like hidden treasures just waiting to be discovered.
Source:Nancy Madore
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