...I know that I'm not supposed to begin with the third chapter, but I'm not satisfied at all with the first and second at the moment, so here it is... I'm not satisfied with this either (I'm sure I could put a little more effort into it) but I'd enjoy some criticism, so criticise! Angelstorm
Dakarys, a Child of the Blood of Angels, learns that he is more than mortal, and is, in fact, in the middle of a war between Heaven and Hell, angels and demons, and halfbreeds like him will make all the difference. But whose side is he on? Follow his journey and his struggle to fight the most terrible battle of all - that of his own soul. Chapter Four
Dakarys, a Child of the Blood of Angels, learns that he is more than a mortal, and is, in fact, in the middle of a war between Heaven and Hell, angels and demons, and halfbreeds like him will make all the difference. But whose side is he on? Follow his journey and his struggle to fight the most terrible battle of all - that of his own soul. Chapter Five.
This is more of a philosophical monologue about the reasoning of devils and why they do the things they do.
I don't have much to say about this part. You probably wouldn't be here if you hadn't liked the other parts of my novel.
This is the start of a book that will take me many, many years to complete, so if you like it I am sorry, you will be waiting for quite a while. The story seems quite self inclusive in the sense the it does not really need to be continued, but, in actuality, the story following this will be epically more exciting. I was hesitant to publish this at first, but after my “heartwater teaser” got rejected (understandably), I needed a second story. Here it is, hope you enjoy, and, as always, comments, suggestions, and criticisms are warmly accepted. It was too long so I had to split it.
Darien visits another city and almost drinks Ashton's blood. Ashton and Michael find a vigilante (and hold hands ~_~).
The battle was won. But then came the night ... and with it the demons.
I'm paying homage to Foo Sek Han(he's somewhere in Wyvern's...). The demon, and I guess some concept (C) Foo.
Still the Prelude, still much the same. It's the introduction to the madness.
If anyone was wondering why, exactly, Millace is such a sarcastic jerk when he meets Securen, (no, believe it or not, it's not genetic), this is the beginning of the answer. If anyone has no idea who Millace is, I suppose it doesn't matter much. This, is for my friend Brandi, and excelent writer in her own right who has a fondness for Millace that matches even my own.Post Scriptum: Clan of the Owl, the tale in which Securen and Millace appear, is currently down for repairs. I am leaving this up because I consider it interesting in its own right, if depressing.
An adventuring party finds themselves stuck in a cursed tower - unable to get out, they advance, deeper into the darkness which will later unveil itself...