The One-Hundred Series - Books 4, 5, 5.5, & 6
Sometimes the villain of the story isn't really evil - his motives are just wrong. More
Sometimes the villain of the story isn't really evil - his motives are just wrong.
Damian isn't in the right... state of mind to seek revenge on a certain One with powers stronger than him. But, perhaps, if he had help from, let's say, a certain girlfriend, maybe he could return to his former self.
Or maybe he'll just dig himself a grave.
Dametria and Jackie have wandered off, not sure of what exactly went down between Damian and Cressa-la. And when Damian wordlessly begins to lead them to what he wants, the girls uncover more about themselves than Damian's ever seen. Of course, this doesn't phase who he is and what he wants, but, perhaps... perhaps some day it might.
Or so Dametria hopes.
~ Book 4 of THE ONE-HUNDRED ~
I knew these forests and these forests knew me. They have seen all my secrets, and they would tell all if they could. My story, or any story told really, doesn’t simply begin and end—it just starts and stops.
And this isn’t where mine has ended.
Cressa-la hasn’t seen the last of me, and neither has my old friend, Tamir. They have destroyed everything I worked so hard to build. I killed my father for this. I killed a Revli Tribe Leader for this. Those lives lost will not be in vain.
And my revenge on the world will come to a close.
I will prevail.
All Ones are evil.
Cressa-la thought she was an exception, but as a mysterious fog settles onto the island, taking everyone’s powers but hers, she realizes the darkness that hunted her four years ago has rooted itself deep inside her. Until she can learn to control it or get rid of it, she isn’t allowed to set foot back onto the island.
With her body breaking down at a molecular level and a new enemy on the horizon, can she make it back to her island to save it—before she drops dead?
Sometimes betting your life is worth it. And for her, it will always be worth it.
A One-Hundred Novella
Cressa-la, now separated from her missing body, can feel the darkness penetrating deeper into her subconscious as exhaustion weights her down. If she falls asleep, she'll succumb to death, but if she continues to fight against evil, fatigue will crush her into powder.
Just like the moon, Cressa-la has a dark side too--a side she's going to have to face if she wants to protect everyone she loves. Is she strong enough to take on the fight behind the veil with her own two hands, or will her light forever disappear from the face of the earth?
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