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A faint laugh emits from the pit of darkness. Vines slowly crawl into the dark bottomless pit. Where, nestled in amidst the mounds of disturbed earth and pulls up a limp, dark figure with red eyes. A laugh emits from the pit as vines pull up bones, decayed flesh.
The figure twitches violently as the vines continue rebuilding the body. Its flesh and bones being moved and realigned makes a disturbing ripping sound. The figure starts to move on its own.
Dark shadows floated around her. They bowed their heads as they gathered around their master. Two figures split from the pack and came together in front of her decayed body. Floating up in the air as the clouds cover the moon once more. An eerie scream echoed through the air. A few moments later the sky began to rumble. Clouds surged around it at super speed. Her laughs began to echo through the air. The ground shook as though thousands of bulls thundered across it. The storm bore on its icy wings, no snow, but great hailstones which drove with such violence. It beat down the branches and made the trees bear with no more foliage.
The earth opened and darkness pour through blasting and crumbling everything around it. The dead rose for a moment of agony as they rose to her command. The sound of bitter pain was drowned in the thunder crash of flames. Black masses moved closer to her, as if all the graves around her had sent out the phantoms of their sheeted dead.
Shadows poured out like evening fog. The hailstone beating down but never touched her. Bouncing through her army of shadows. There came a flash of lighting that lit up the heavens. In an instant, she looked as if she was among the living but it was the dead. The darkness poured into the sky like a burning flame. Covering the moon once again, the skies roared. The wind was so thick it drowned out any noise. Deafening howls and the hiss of sheets of rain.
“Rise my army, rise!” She yells.
A wall of soil shot up from the ground, held together by a tree tangled in roots. The void of the missing dirt formed a massive hole, like a giant spoon had descended from the heavens and taken a hole out of the ground. Leaves and dirt was tangled everywhere. Dark fog moved across the dirt and poured across the field.
Lilly laughed to herself as she rose up higher and higher above the ground.
“I have returned and brought hell with me!” She laughed.
bound: 348 pages
publisher: J Middleton (October 11, 2016)
filesize: 2557 KB