The Divine granted the Angel of Death, The Grim Reaper, a chance at mortality to try and understand compassion in a world where mythological monsters and men co-exist organically. When The Reaper fails time and time again to learn the emotions of mankind, he leaves ruin in his wake, along with his own corpse. The Divine decides to twist The Reaper's chaos on himself as he becomes the guardian of four prodigal children across the world of Ohm. The Divine refuses the Reaper's godhood over the world of Ohm until he proves his compassion for the four gifted newborns as they are raised in a world that would adore and fear their powers. As the Reaper leaves behind a reputation to be deemed the Devil, the only way to redeem his seat of righteousness, The Divine would release The Unbound himself to challenge The Reaper's rule. As Death and the Devil wage war, The Reaper would learn that other godly entities may awaken when the balance is threatened.
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About the Author
Diagnosed at a young age with leukemia, Remmy Stourac underwent multiple heart procedures and blood transfusions and successfully overcame it. During these times and afterwards, Remmy and his siblings were able to spend a week every summer at Kids Cancer Camp of Alberta where survivors get to live a sense of normalcy which most kids going through these battles don’t usually receive. From the age of 7 until his sixteenth birthday, Remmy made countless memories and friendships with other fellow cancer survivors and turned bad stories and battle scars into their most endearing qualities. After all the years he attended, he dedicated the next two summers to Cancer Camp as a Leader in an attempt to give back to the place that supported him and so many like no other place could. After his time at camp, Remmy began working as a Big Game Horseback Hunting Guide alongside his two older brothers. Remmy found himself spending three summers in the isolated wilderness of the Northwest Territories. This opportunity made him miss Cancer Camp for the first time in 13 years. But during this time of isolation, Remmy created a world in his head and sought to invite anyone with a sense of adventure to dive into his world. Now, with his new platform of creativity, 10% of all profits of Remmy’s writing will be donated to Kids Cancer Care Camp of Alberta in hope to spread awareness and continue providing an opportunity to the current and future generations of childhood survivors.