Nariella has a hard life. Hated and beaten by her foster father, she finds solace in the one person who has always been there for her–Rydan, her overprotective best friend. His sheltering only gets worse once Nari collides–literally–with Mycah. A boy being chased by two kinds of evil; a boy who Nari is convinced is either the devil or an angel. But she was wrong. He’s something completely different.
Then there’s Naminé. A servant who lives in fear for her family, for herself, and for the dying kingdom she lives in. But there is hope, and she’s the only one who can bring that hope home to save them all. Naminé will risk everything to make that happen, even if it means betraying her king.
People always want the truth until they have it. To be let in on secrets until they get burned by them. Nari is no different. But once she’s kidnapped, tortured, and ultimately becomes intertwined in a secret world she never could’ve imagined existed, she knows there’s no going back to blissful ignorance. And maybe she doesn’t want to.
If darkness is the absence of light, what results from the absence of truth?
Nothing but Oblivion.
This is book one in a series-