“The thing I noticed above all else when unconsciousness released me from its talons of darkness, was that for the first time in my life, I found myself gazing at the night sky.
The second, just as enchanting, yet infinitely more unbelievable, was that the world around me was no longer mine.
A raspy laugh escaped my lips.
I should have been scared, terrified of this impossibility. But I didn’t have the strength to do anything more than roll over onto my back and drink it all in.
Above me, a spill of flickering, pale golden light scattered across the canvas, painting a breathtaking blend of black, violet, and deep blue. My breath hitched as a thought wormed its way in. I blinked, refusing to acknowledge that hopeful voice in case this smattering of illuminated specs was a consequence of my…fall?
Given my undignified position and the sting that crawled across my palms, I had to have fallen.”
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Release day is here, and I must admit, it feels kind of surreal that after more than a year since Boris and I had started working on this book, Evenfall is out in the world at last.
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