Ark by J.J. Wilder

5 Stars



Oh my. Not matter what you believe about religion or history, by the time you read this book, you will feel as if you have lived through our past.

Read this and get that inside story that no one has told before.

This novel reads like a first person story from ancient times, and you wont want to put it down. From the minute I started it I was engulfed in the detail oriented world that J.J Wilder has woven around this book. From he character's nothing, to the homes they live in, nothing is missed.

This is a love story.

This is also a story of hate and hurt.

It is a story of betrayal and the viciousness of people.

But in the end, even if you don't know what is to come, the love it what started it all.

I swooned and I cringed enough times while reading this that by the end of it I didn't know what I was feeling. All I knew was that with that ending I wanted more. I wanted to see what came next.

This book is full of things that will spoil it, so I don't want to do that. I want you to take a chance like I did and dive into this book. A setting is just a setting, and this one was perfection for Ark. It was a story that I didn't know I needed to be told.



"The Nephilim were on the Earth in those days, and also afterward, when the sons of God came into the daughters of man and they bore children to them. These were the mighty men who were of old, the heroes of renown." Genesis 6:4 I am a Nephilim, and a princess. I do not follow The One God. I am destined to be a queen, to rule a city beside whichever aged Nephilim king or prince my father betroths me to. And then I meet Japheth, son of Noah, son of Lamech, and he changes everything. He changes me, and his father changes the world.