Where Darkness DwellsPrologueMore Like This
A young woman, appearing to be about 20, or so, was traipsing through a darkened forest, hunched as if tired. Her long, blonde hair in knots and tangles, dirty and greasy from the forest, her normally brightened blue eyes dulled and dark in weariness. It would have been clear this girl had been venturing through this dark forest for days with as many scrapes and dirt that she had collected. Although, when the tired girl tripped on a small pebble, it became instantly clear that most of the dirt and grime came from her own klutziness, as she had only been traveling through this forest since sometime that morning. Night had long fallen, removing the only directional element, and the girl could only guess she was going in a Northern direction. The tall, looming trees all appeared to be identical.
Although she knew it was impossible, several times she had paused to wonder if she was going in circles.
As she sat up to lean against one of the many trees, she began to