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The Perdition: Tales of a Broken World

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The Perdition: Tales of a Broken World
The Perdition: Tales of a Broken World Book Cover, written by Mukuro
The Perdition: Tales of a Broken World Book Cover, written by Mukuro
Author(s) Mukuro
Publisher Rosedog Press
Publication date July 27, 2010
Media type Paperback
Length 234 Pages
ISBN 978-1434993038

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The Perdition: Tales of a Broken World is a book written by the author Mukuro. Within this work there is a character who is described as a Succubus Princess. Her name is Yuliavta and embodies the traditional form and powers of a Succubus in this story.


Book Details

  • Title: The Perdition: Tales of a Broken World
  • Author: Mukuro
  • Format: Paperback
  • Length: 234 Pages
  • Publisher: Rosedog Press
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1434993035
  • ISBN-13: 978-1434993038
  • Release Date: July 27, 2010


Book Synopsis

You live your life as safe and secure as possible. You work at your job, making your money, and you do the best for yourself and your family. You watch every step you take. You do your best to not stand out. You are the perfect tool of self-preservation protected within your own beliefs. To you, everything is right with the world.

Then, within an instant, your whole life shatters.

Everything changes, and you realize the reality you once believe in is a myth. What was once thought to be fiction is real, very real. There is no escape. You can only accept and deal with it.

Now, you only hope lies within your ability to survive, or you will perish within the madness of the dark.

The world is teeming with stories that are extraordinary and emotional. The collection of stories you are about to read is not for everyone. The stories might anger you. They might surprise you. But they are stories that must be told. And with this understanding, may you know the truth behind the veil.

Open the door, shatter your mind...and may the truth set you free.


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