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Description: Chapter 1 and 2 of Legatum; Excruciating pain is something Nicholas must endure daily while resisting his desires through constant exercise of self-control. The suffering he could cause others would be substantially worse if he were to ever lose his tenacity to resist. His temptations have grown significantly worse after an encounter with a starved and obsessed succubus named Delilah. Nicholas has now become her most sought-after conquest; she will not cease her intent in capturing his heart and devotion. Nicholas embarks on a journey, ignited by what he feels is the necessity to flee from Delilah’s grasp, in his fear for the safety of others. He discovers an unusual world during his journey, far stranger than he could have ever imagined. A world where the unanswered questions he’s always longed for, start to unveil more than just who and what he really is. Nicholas is no longer a daydreaming child full of delusions; he is a man embarking on his own Odyssey, ready to discover his purpose. He wasn’t just simply running away as far as he could from Delilah…. The truth was far more complicated. He sees the opportunity to get to what he believes to be the source of all his suffering, the place where the story of what he was began: The Cradle of Life. You are invited to take a journey into this literary world which will steadily become clearer to you the deeper you dive. If you pay attention, you may discover answers to some of the philosophical questions we have in our own world today.
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