Satan has given the people a savior. A Messiah! While he rules the netherworld, his daughter, Ara, oversees his worldly realm. She's the keeper of the faith. Her frenzied followers worship her with the same zeal they do the King of Demons. Her concert tours and sermons overflow with true believers, willing to burn themselves alive to show their devotion. The clergy and aristocracy loathe her. They think she's a fanatic who riles up slaves and lowborns with her foolish talk of salvation. In a place where all Satan's children bear his mark, coal-black eyes, her blue eyes are seen as an abomination by the clerics. Though they hate her, they're afraid to rise up against her...until the rumors start. Something's wrong with Ara. She's acting irrationally! Hearing voices! Seeing things that aren't there! She's got to be stopped before her delusions and rantings upend the world!
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|Publisher:||Mary Vigliante Szydlowski|
|Edition description:||A Satanic Fantasy ed.|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.68(d)|
About the Author
Mary Vigliante Szydlowski writes across several genres under several pseudonyms. Her published Science Fiction/Fantasy works include novels: The Ark (Jarl Szydlow), The Colony (Mary Vigliante), The Land (Mary Vigliante), Source of Evil (Mary Vigliante), and a novella, The Hand of My Enemy. She's also the author of Worship the Night (Mary Vigliante), a tale of horror and the occult, a mainstream novel Silent Song, and four children's books: I Can't Talk, I've Got Farbles In My Mouth, The Duck in the Hole, Kia's Manatee, and A Puddle for Poo. Under the pen name Mia Frances, she is the author of the erotic romance murder mystery thriller series: In His Keeping: Taken, In His Keeping: Banished, and In Her Keeping: Claimed. Her short stories, articles, children's stories, essays, and poems have appeared in anthologies, books, magazines, newspapers, and on the web.