To cope with her parents death, 18 year old Saline is Born Again Christian but her adopted family isn't. She leaves her brother, Lenny, to take a journey back to her childhood town with a small Christian group who ironically have excursions there twice a year. What happens at these meetings will now change the course of human history, placing Saline in the middle of something no one would have imagined.
Even as a child Lenny has wondered if the recurring dreams that both he and his sister Saline had were actually dreams. Years later, the dreams are back. His parents death have left him lacking confidence and it doesn't help that his sister abandons him. He decides to follow her to his childhood home, with merely the journal of his stepfather and a couple of dollars. But did he really decide to go at his own will or were there other forces at work?
Dustin is pissed. His dad has been hitting him for years and he desperately wants to move out. But the job at the movie theater isn't enough to support him. Regardless, at the theater is where he meets Shie, who is part of an anarchist group that stumbles upon a government plan to replace the main local library with a jail. In time he joins this group and they decide to take action. But something happens that not only stops them, but also puts a halt to life as they know it.
Brought up in an abusive home, he only knows one way to raise his son, Dustin--by any means necessary. His best friends have died in a car accident, leaving him to take care of their kids. But Busek has a secret about Lenny and Saline's past that only a few might suspect: that it is true. The dreams Lenny and Saline had of them being taken by a creature might not have been dreams at all.
Aliens or Nephilim
Technologically advanced and fifteen feet tall, these creatures are here for a purpose. Are they the biblical being that are part angel or are these aliens, also quite probably from the bible?