Randy DeMain's (Kingdom Revelation Ministries) latest book, 'Nephilim Resurgence, Rise of the Fourth Kingdom', can hardly be called a sequel to 'Nephilim Agenda'. The second book is unique in style of presentation.
Nephilim Resurgence (NR) reads more like a commentary or documentary. With most works of this genre, the inspiration for the title is quickly apparent. I found myself several chapters in before there was a hint of the reason for the title.
The statistics and references are well documented for the most part, however, I believe most of the sources of data will be found thin or hearsay at best. Fans of the subject will no doubt not care about the credibility of sources cited.
From a Christian standpoint I felt the book wa backwards. The last chapter was a relief and would have best served either presented earlier in the text or scattered throughout. The watermarked Bible verses on each page were easily missed and the readers would find the material easier to tolerate if the Bible were more prominent throughout.
Had I not read the previous book, Nephilim Agenda, I think I would not have enjoyed NR. It does not stand alone, but will satisfy fans of the first book in their hunger for more on the subject of Nephilim.
Mr. DeMain is exceedingly courageous in risking his reputation on such a controversial and disturbing subject. NR will possibly serve as a cross-over work to launch Randy into a wider, more secular readership.