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Demonmachy: Demonic Apocalypse (Novel)
Demonmachy: Demonic Apocalypse is a novel written by Brant Danay. It is the first work in a series called the Messiah of Death Saga by this author. In this work, there is a character that is a pair of Siamese twins whom are both incubus and succubus in nature.
- Title: Demonmachy: Demonic Apocalypse
- Author: Brant Danay
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: Severed Press; First edition
- Pages: 302
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0980799635
- ISBN-13: 978-0980799637
- Release Date: October 23, 2010
As the universe slowly dies, all demonkind is at war in a tournament of genocide. The prize? Nirvana. The Necrodelic, a death addict who smokes the flesh of his victims as a drug, is determined to win this afterlife for himself. His quest has taken him to the planet Grystiawa, and into a duel with a dream-devouring snake demon who is more than he seems. Grystiawa has also been chosen as the final battleground in the ancient spider-serpent wars. As armies of arachnid monstrosities and ophidian gladiators converge upon the planet, the Necrodelic is forced to choose sides in a cataclysmic combat that could well prove his demise.
Beyond Grystiawa, a Siamese twin incubus and succubus, a brain-raping nightmare fetishist, a gargantuan insect queen, and an entire universe of genocidal demons are forming battle plans of their own. Observing the apocalyptic carnage all the while is Satan himself, watching voyeuristically from the very Hell in which all those who fail will be damned to eternal torment. Who will emerge victorious from this cosmic armageddon? And what awaits the victor beyond the blood-drenched end of time? The battle begins in Demonmachy. Twisting Satanic mythologies and Eastern religions into an ultraviolent grotesque nightmare, the Messiah of Death Saga will rip your eyeballs right out of your skull. Addicted to its psychedelic darkness, you'll immediately sew and screw and staple and weld them back into their sockets so you can read more. It's an intergalactic, interdimensional harrowing that you'll never forget...and may never recover from.
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