“Activate the content.” “As you wish. I will do it now.” “Good.” That was the end of the conversation. It was the start of the change.
1 – Fend for Yourselves “The affairs of man are not of my concern,” said Lord Alaric. “They will impact The Veils,” said the demon Albert and he sniffed. It was a habit of the High Priest and it further irritated the tetchy Alaric. “Stop sniffing,” he snapped and the air sparkled from his power.
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A mysterious elderly stranger offers Colin Brayton, a bookstore owner, the job of appraising old books at a desolate colonial plantation. While working on the books, Colin stumbles across a series of diaries written in the late 1770s by fourteen-year-old Kate Dibble that chronicle an alien visitation.