The Incarnations

The cover of the Incarnations.

Written by Christopher Knighton and Edited by Joe Heap

Genre: Dark Fantasy, Action. Synopsis: In the first story, Love and Dread, humanity is looked over by a pantheon of universe-spanning gods, the Incarnations. They are forever taking turns in caring for humanity. During the rule of Lady Love and Lord Dread, humanity is about to launch WWIII. The Lord of all that is nightmare and fear has had enough. To convince him to spare humanity, Lady Love goes through a contest of wills to show that something other than herself loves. If she can, then maybe humanity does too, and the Lord Dread cant destroy that.

In the second story, the Incarnal War, several million years before the events of Love and Dread, the pantheon of gods are at war. Split between the sides of Life and Death, the gods are out to kill each other, rewrite what fundamental part of the world should rule it all.

Warning: The Incarnations contains graphic violence in its chapters. It also contains sexual content and a positive view of an open relationship life style. Above all, criticism of writing style or how things are framed incorrectly is welcome. Criticism of someone’s lifestyle in itself, is not.

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Love & Dread Chapter CountChapter TitleContent Warning
Chapter 1The Lady and Her LordMinor Sexual Themes, Language
Chapter 2The Lady’s Violent CompromiseGraphic Violence, Minor Sexual Themes, Language
The Incarnal War Chapter CountChapter TitleContent Warning
Chapter 1The Incarnal BattlefrontsNone
Chapter 2Love & DreadGraphic Violence, Language

After your finished, look forward to the next part of the Incarnal Saga from Something Central.

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