For the Damned

For the Damned

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- ̗̀Rachael ̖́- By clarifications Updated Oct 23

When Kol Bennett is found after eighteen months of being missing, everyone is expecting her to name the monster who took her. 

The only problem is that she can't remember who did it. 

Diagnosed with retrograde episodic memory loss, Kol can't remember anything- not even her own name. She doesn't know her family, her friends, or the boy who says that they were secretly seeing each other before she went missing. 

Then she gets a note from the person who took her, telling her that they're waiting for her. 

With no memory, a boy who says that he's there to help, and clues left in a diary she didn't know she had, Kol has to race against the clock and find out who took her before they can fulfill their promises and find her again.

"...meaning "and you, Brutus?" or "you too, Brutus?", purportedly as the last words of the Roman dictator Julius Caesar to his friend Marcus Brutus at the moment of his assassination."
__JAG__ __JAG__ Apr 19
I literally only read the description and I'm already feeling the suspense 😬
tenatheart tenatheart Oct 20
Hey Rachael! This has been in my reading list for a while now! Very excited to read this 😍
I wrote this line in every answer on my English paper...how could you not? Those three words are the essence of the entire play.
hunny- hunny- Jun 08
i've used this so many times in my writing, anything related to Julius Caesar is amazing so i'm already into this oh god
If this quote is about betrayal won't it mean it someone really close to her masking a false pretence........