Demon Lord in Angel's clothing

by Bluebery

Original HIATUS Action Adventure Fantasy Mystery LitRPG Magic Male Lead Reincarnation Strategy Strong Lead Supernatural
Warning This fiction contains:
  • Gore
  • Profanity
  • Traumatising content

`Author note:
This is my first novel, with many glaring mistake.
I will have to go over everything again and do a rewrite soon.
So guys, don’t read it.

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Calcifer Vitalion, a high ranked Archangel, sided with the Demon Lord. The King of Angels confronted and killed him, then ordered to have the Vitalion Family wiped out.

As a result...

Every member of the Family was killed, except for three people: Calcifer's son and daughter, along with Lucien, an Angel servant who then sacrificed his own life to protect the young masters.

But little did he know, 

             somewhere, in the Land of Souls, 

There was a Demon Lord waiting to come back to life.

 


Update: I will not be releasing chapters regularly like before, so i can take the time and improve the quality of this novel instead.

 

Big thanks to all of my readers!

Hope you will enjoy the adventures and actions! 

 

Cover art made from free image on Pixabay. 

https://pixabay.com/en/fire-flame-movement-wood-fire-3547555/

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The most important thing for any story is conflict. Without conflict, no matter in what form (Battle, drama, love triangle, etc) there has to be some. But only a few authors have it inborn to write what is known as compelling conflict. The author is just starting their writing career with all the mistakes one is wont to do for such. But the one thing they definitely have is the Compelling Conflict. So much so, that I could look past much of the glaring mistakes and keep on reading. Add to that the laughs some scenes give me, and it becomes pretty nice.