A Hunt For Crows

by Happy Vertigo

Original ONGOING Action Adventure Fantasy Mystery Anti-Hero Lead Grimdark Low Fantasy Magic Male Lead Reincarnation War and Military
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  • Traumatising content

New money rich kid. War General. Amnesiac. Most people live one life, Virgil Darko has lived three. 

It's been six months after losing his memory and Virgil has only just begun to adjust himself to prison life in Shrieker's Veil - the greatest island prison in all of Xyra. And it's problem after problem for Virgil, who's lost his memory and who can't seem to understand why everyone hates him. Or fears him.

After one prison fight, Virgil is sent to his cell starving only to be met with the most unlikely partner ever; Prince Ritcher. The prince, who's come all the way from the mainland to offer Virgil the greatest gift he could have, his memories. The task seems easy, for Virgil to read his diary and to make a thread between all the loose thoughts and images in his head. At a cost.

Virgil is forced into a choice to forget who he was, or remember all his tribulations in a bid for Ritcher to figure out where his partners in crime retreated to. Will Virgil be able to sell out friends? Friends he doesn't even remember anymore? 

Or maybe sometimes past lives should be forgotten.

 

 

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Chapter Name Release Date
1a. The past is never dead. It's not even past. ago
1b. The past is never dead. It's not even past. ago
1c. The past is never dead. It's not even past. ago
1d. The past is never dead. It's not even past. ago
1e. The past is never dead. It's not even past. ago
1f. The past is never dead. It's not even past. ago
1g. The past is never dead. It's not even past. ago
1h. The past is never dead. It's not even past. ago
1i. The past is never dead. It's not even past. ago
1j. The past is never dead. It's not even past. ago
2a. The Flock of Crows ago
2b. The Flock of Crows ago
2c. The Flock of Crows ago
2d. The Flock of Crows ago
2e. The Flock of Crows ago
2f. The Flock of Crows ago
2g. The Flock of Crows ago
2h. The Flock of Crows ago
2i. The Flock of Crows ago
3a. That place we call Home ago
3b. The place we call home ago
3c. The place we call home ago
3d. The place we call home ago
3e. The place we call home ago
3f. The place we call home ago
3g. The place we call home ago
3h. The place we call home ago
4a. That agony is our triumph ago
4b. That agony is our triumph ago
4c. That agony is our triumph ago
4d. That agony is our triumph ago
4e. This agony is our triumph ago
4f. That agony is our triumph ago
4g. That agony is our triumph ago
4h. That agony is our triumph ago
4i. That agony is our triumph ago
4j. That Agony is our Triumph ago
4k. That Agony is our Triumph ago
4l. That Agony is our Triumph. ago
5a. Call me Virgil ago
5b. Call me Virgil ago
5c. Call me Virgil ago
5d. Call me Virgil ago
5e. Call me Virgil ago
5f. Call me Virgil ago
5g. Call me Virgil ago
5h. Call me Virgil ago
5i. Call me Virgil ago
5j. Call me Virgil ago
6a. A Silver for the Ferry ago
6b. A Silver for the Ferry ago
6c. A Silver for the Ferry ago
6d. A Silver for the Ferry ago
6e. A Silver for the Ferry ago
6f. A Silver for the Ferry ago
6g. A Silver for the Ferry ago
6h. A Silver for the Ferry ago
6k. A Silver for the Ferry ago
7a. Attica, Attica ago
7b. Attica, Attica ago
7c. Attica, Attica ago
7d. Attica, Attica ago
7e. Attica, Attica ago
7f. Attica, Attica ago
7g. Attica, Attica ago
7h. Attica, Attica ago
7i. Attica, Attica ago

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sder mader
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That's one goood story for you, underrated af

I recommend it for all of you

everton siqueira
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A bit of inspiration from The Count of Monte Cristo

Reviewed at: 7a. Attica, Attica

good history, a bit dense in the begin with the back and forth between past and present in the narrative, but definitely worth read, its a great history