Human

Human

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The Inquisitor By Carikavanlog Completed

If you ask Haze, newborn human babies should be killed for their own good. Festering on an island, the human race grows more of a mistake than a freak of nature.

Haze, the bastard child of the self-proclaimed king of the human race, spends her days in the underbelly of the island taking every measure to find her supposed dead mother. Sacrificing her own happiness and freedom with her relentless searches, her already strained relationship with her father grows worse. 

When an opportunity rose for her father to get rid of her, he didn't hesitate. Sending her to the mainland where humans and especially her family are hated, everything she knew, believed and wanted gets torn apart. Thrown into the business of the Val, she gets wrapped up in the troubles brewing in the dark grooves of the mainland. 

Among beings older than mountains, she must stay alive long enough to find the truths hidden from her and pick apart the riddles tied to her bloodline that could save everyone.

*Absolutely beautiful cover by @sugarcrystal

skylarjonee skylarjonee Aug 05
Incest? Jesus Christ what century are we living in?
                              
                              And that old fool remarried?
zuko_42 zuko_42 Jul 09
Her aunt is her step mother? Sounds like something out of Hamlet. XD
skylarjonee skylarjonee Aug 05
Holy cow. After this chapter I just notice that the main character was a girl ._. #wasted
skylarjonee skylarjonee Aug 05
I can hardly wait for your description of Derek. 
                              Of how skinny he is and how weak he looked. Ugh, I need that bomb. Your descriptions are 👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻
skylarjonee skylarjonee Aug 05
Well, with no doubt you'll be neck deep in shît soon enough
skylarjonee skylarjonee Aug 05
Your father... deserves to be buried in horse shît. 
                              And you need to rule the m-freaking human world.
                              
                              (Idk why, but I can't help but imagine them as faeries.)