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Iblis Arise - Upon Relapse of Resurrection

Jake Bannerman

Publisher: Publishdrive

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From the first letter to the last letter of the Goat Franchise to Nightcore 12 years in the making. All 3 books in sequential order and a turnaround that literally takes you full circle as in magic when the circle is complete, It is a birth. This is the end of The Genisis. I hope the reading is a ceremony of closed doors and new opened galaxies.Jake
Available since: 11/17/2022.
Print length: 150 pages.

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