2 edition of Victorian apocalypse found in the catalog.
Luther Harry Kriefall
Written in English
|Statement||by Luther Harry Kriefall.|
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|Number of Pages||178|
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The Demon King Order harvests lives from all manners of living beings. Within this darkness full of despair, A single person escaped from space-time, returned to before the world collapsed, determined to change the fate of the past. But as time pass, he gradually finds out that the Apocalypse isn’t quite as simple as he thinks.