Imagine a church where nudity is embraced and sex is a form of worship. Sermons are an education, and their creed is bone chilling. When crime and Christianity join with a nefarious agenda, the victims are in orgasm, rapture, and wrapture.
Some are born into slavery, some always end up being the sacrifice. Polina exists in a state of hibernating anguish, at a constant disadvantage. She has the body of a woman and the mind of a child. Disciples and angels are driven to reform dirty angels to a state of purity. She was raised in subjugation, she will never be free. She has secrets so dark she has blocked out the pain, buried the guilt, submersing her memories in a blanket of ignorance. Mikah wants her body, her mind, her life, her afterlife, but sometimes we don't get what we want. The second Victor entered Polina's life it was too late for redemption. Only one barrier blocks her escape to freedom, the bratva.
Christopher Ward: It occurred to me that the manifestation of God among mankind was unique in itself. Did He know he was god? Was he always different? Is that why I was persecuted, because Satan never rests and temptation is a rope bridge across the character chasm? It took me years to understand I am the chosen one, and it is my legacy, my only purpose, to rid this world of evil. Satan has no power here, I am all powerful.
The Darkroom saga comes to a close in this epic final instalment. Victor Ward is faced with his demons once and for all. The Sinnergog is the fortress where Victor is headed. Severing all ties to his past he takes to his wings with his army to take down his father's empire. Once faced with the final moments he can't do it. He leaves his father alive. The ensuing repercussions of this misstep turn the tables. Everything has gone horribly wrong! There are secrets Victor never knew, there are so many skeletons in the closet and they all come tumbling out. Victor stands in the midst of his very own Golgotha, shattered. The end is nigh. And even Victor doesn't know the hour.