1982 ** 216 pages
The Omen series is just full of missed opportunities. This fourth book, which is of no relation to the film Omen IV: The Awakening, feels just like a rehash of everything that has happened thus far, only this time it's with Damien's son, who was born under rather unsavory circumstances. The rumored "re-born Nazarene" is still nowhere to be found, and everyone is just trying to kill Damien's son. The death scenes are entertaining and memorable, and really, I guess, that's all The Omen series really has to offer.