By Nick Mamatas
David Holbrook is a scrawny child, the sufferer of bullies, and the missed son of insane parents.
David Holbrook is the Kallis Episkipos, a vicious assassin grew to become imprisoned chief of a demise cult devoted to Eris, the Hellenic goddess of discord.
David Holbrook by no means killed a person, and lives a lonely and luckless lifestyles along with his getting older mom in a tumbledown New Jersey town.
Caught among finger and set off, David is given 3 percentages to choose his destiny as he's pressured to stay and relive all his strength existences, guided in simple terms by means of the darkish knowledge present in a bottle of cough syrup.
From the writer of the moment cult vintage Move below Ground comes a delusion of blood, lust, future, institution shootings, and the opportunity to alter your future.
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Admiral,” he said, a little more formal. ” “Watch your sector, Lieutenant. ” “With all due respect, Admiral,” Dennison said, “you just had me study this man for months on end. I know Varion Crestmar better than any living man. ” Silence. “All right,” Kern said. ” “The orientation of his forces is odd, sir,” Dennison said. “His fighter prongs have been deployed to focus on the eastern sector of the battle. Away from you. But the Stormwind is by far the most powerful ship in this confrontation—stronger, even, than Varion’s own capital ships.
Varion had won Marcus Seven in barely two hours. The fiasco Dennison had just watched was a recording of his fourth attempt. He’d needed seven tries to win. Dennison sighed, rising and leaving the hologram chamber. He needed to stretch. The lavish passages of the Stormwind were oddly empty, and Dennison frowned, walking along the carpeted corridor until he encountered a minor aide. The man paused briefly, saluting and showing the same discomforted confusion the junior officers usually gave Dennison.
Kern eventually snapped off the feed. ” Dennison frowned. ” “We have too many fighters and too few officers. ” Dennison felt himself pale involuntarily. “We’ll be facing . . ” “Just a minor battle,” Kern said. “A preliminary skirmish, really. I doubt Varion will even bother directing his side of it. ” Dennison knew Kern was wrong. Varion directed all of his battles personally. “This is a bad idea,” Dennison finally said, but Kern had already turned back to his review of the Kress incident. * * * “Yes, son.