The Queen of All that Dies
There will soon be a surrender. Serenity senses it deeply into her bones, and the king can taste it. There is nothing else to do. The two must now confront one another. That requires Serenity to confront the man who has taken everything from her. It entails the monarch encountering the one woman he is powerless to win over. But something occurs when they cross paths. Cruelty is made right.
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(4) Four Color Bleed
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