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Corson Lucifuge: Into the Darkness


Previously published as Religious Fangs by Roberto Luengo.

Guillen (soon to be known as Corson Lucifuge) was raised in a deeply religious family, however his ethics will be put to the test as he tries to survive in a very corrupt country, help his people and make it through his own supernatural transformation.

As two worlds collide and their population is forced to live together, there will only be room for desperation.

Our world is already a dark place. It is a place full of dark intentions, a place in which humanity is at its worst. However while humans are monsters on the inside, this is a world in which there are real monsters and predators as well.

The other world was forgotten. It was a cage, a prison world. Who lives there? Who closed it off? Perhaps it does not matter any more, it is now open and its people are colliding with ours. How will our world change?

Are these new monsters even worst than our own? Will our native monsters protect us? Will they band against humanity? Or will humanity once again overcome all monsters and push them into the dark? Will we show once again that we are the real monsters.

The series is divided into three lines:

Supernatural follows the story of some of our native supernatural population. What did they do before worlds collided? How do they adapt?

Humanity follows the story of normal people pushed to edge. How do they survive on a world that becomes more dangerous by the second? How they overcome their own internal monsters as well as those found on dark alleys?

I am a God follows the story of the person causing both worlds to collide and how he became a god against all odds.

Have a look at what one of the reviewers had to say of this book...

"This is not your average Teenage Bloody Sparkle fest, these guys are serious cold blooded creatures that prowl around in the darkness. It has a bit of a complicated beginning so pay attention because there is so much going on at once, you don't want to miss a thing."

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File Last Updated:
September 30, 2019
This title was added to our catalog on August 23, 2019.
Roberto Luengo