By Darren Shan
The apocalypse got here and the area burned. however it wasn't the tip, and out of the destruction, new existence has emerged. Bec is again to stand the Demonata. After centuries of imprisonment, she's extra strong than ever, however the demons now not stand on my own.
Something has crawled out of the darkness along with her. Lord Loss is not any longer humanity's maximum threat...
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She nodded, turned, and dropped lithely on to all-fours, thighs well apart, buttocks raised. Tensed, waiting. He fell on her from behind with the primitive eagerness of an animal which has been kept waiting too long, gripping her thighs painfully for support, stabbing at her to find her entrance, hurting her but she did not cry out. She pushed backwards to aid his penetration, braced herself in readiness for his slamming thrusts. So hard and fast, over almost as soon as it had begun, dragging her upright with him, gripping her arm tightly as he turned to face the watchers.
He was a threat to her safety. She ran blindly, not knowing where she was going, a panic-stricken flight that took her back outside into the hot dazzling sunlight, blinded her so that she did not see the flight of stone steps. She screamed as she fell, felt the impact, but strangely it did not hurt; rolling, bumping, her inflamed body cushioning the blows, still clutching those carriers as they spilled scraps of natural wholefood in her wake. Landing on the pavement below where everything came back to her again.
He remembered the shotgun in the porch, almost suggested that they went back for it but it would only serve to alarm Sylvia still further. They didn't need a gun now, that need was past and they were still alive. ' She clutched at his arm suddenly, pulled them both to a halt. ' He felt his skin start to prickle.
Death's Shadow (Demonata, Book 7) by Darren Shan