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Chris & Marcus: The Legend of Darkness

Ladell Parks

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Chris & Marcus: The Legend of Darkness is a book following two twin brothers who are said to be the strongest beings in the universe. However depite this, their both tired of training everyday to protect the earth when nothing ever happens. One day they decide to quit training and everything else and enroll into a public high school only to find out they got more than what they bargained for. Being a normal high school student isn't as what thought or in their case seen on tv. But also while their there an evil presents arrives.

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