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09/23/2020
When Tris and Zestine first meet, she saves his life as he flees an ambush orchestrated by his own flesh and blood. The Light-blooded son of a deity, Tris is gifted with wings as well as telepathic and telekinetic abilities. Zestine is a feline beast who can turn into any cat, large or small, ferocious or tame, of her choosing. By order of the king and queen, the newly acquainted duo embark on a spy mission. Some of Tris’s brethren have willingly traded their Light for the Darkness, and they’re to investigate the unprecedented metamorphosis. To the Dark Dimension they venture, straight into the heart of enemy territory. Their façade requires Tris to masquerade as one of his Dark kin while he and Zestine pose as lovers. The path to victory is perilous. By surrounding himself in Darkness, Tris’s Light weakens. Though she’s a top predator and feared by most immortals, it’s not long before Zestine finds herself powerless and close to breaking. Yet they’re not without a glimmer of hope, as even while they suffer atrocities that stem from the blackest of nightmares, their feelings for each other inevitably deepen. And in their world, love is much more than an emotion. It’s a weapon the enemy can neither perceive nor anticipate.
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Dark fiction is just another term for horror; a fiction genre concerned with dread, death, and also the menacing side of human character. This isn't limited to written literature but encompasses a broad body of popular media, such as movies and television shows. Though such fiction isn't appropriate for all tastes, authors of horror maintain their work discusses important elements of the human experience. The term dark fiction is occasionally utilized to differentiate individual stories from the mainstream horror genre. These tales might be less fantasy-oriented than many horror fictions and comprise subtler emotional results. If you're a horror story lover, then you should add this particular genre to your reading list.

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