The Cagulant

The Cagulant It has been hundreds of years since the end of the Qwadro Wars the apocalyptic time when demons rose up against the world of Trithofar and threatened to engulf all her peoples in death and despair In

  • Title: The Cagulant
  • Author: Jared Gullage
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • It has been hundreds of years since the end of the Qwadro Wars, the apocalyptic time when demons rose up against the world of Trithofar and threatened to engulf all her peoples in death and despair In the wake of these terrible days, the abominations of the Qwadro remain, the undead and the fallen, the vampires and ghouls.It is the sacred duty of the Holy Restmen of LigniIt has been hundreds of years since the end of the Qwadro Wars, the apocalyptic time when demons rose up against the world of Trithofar and threatened to engulf all her peoples in death and despair In the wake of these terrible days, the abominations of the Qwadro remain, the undead and the fallen, the vampires and ghouls.It is the sacred duty of the Holy Restmen of Lignium to find and destroy these monsters, to purge the world of evil Two such restmen, master and apprentice, must now investigate the scourge known as a Cagulant, a beast which has already wiped out a small town It feeds on the na ve, foolish, and ignorant It grows on misguided hopes It is such an abomination they have sent Drakken Gregor Flinsk to face it.

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    1. The cagulant by Jared Gullage. It has been hundreds of years since the end of the Qwadro Wars, the apocalyptic time when demons rose up against the world of Trithofar and threatened to engulf all her peoples in death and despair. In the wake of these terrible days, the abominations of the Qwadro remain, the undead and the fallen, the vampires and ghouls.This was a good read it didn’t like how they just killed anyone though. 4*. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book from netgalle [...]

    2. I really liked this book. It was a nice quick read but a really enjoyable one. I loved the references to other gothic themes such as vampires and zombies, and the theme to this one was unique, which I loved because sometimes books with the same vibes get really tedious. Short and sweet. Definitely worth a read.

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