You’re right It’s true the daughter of Satan Cecilia has struggles you can relate to!
“Heroes have been being in the limelight. Don’t let me be misunderstood by villains.” Mary A.J. Author of Vagabond
The dark fantasy book Vagabond introduces Cecilia Harrow who escapes the underworld and her father as Satan! Then she goes to high school and lead an normal life. Then she realizes the lengths to which she’ll go to safeguard someone she loves. Do be able to “preserve their humanity, or let loose the cruel princess from Hell?” (Amazon description)
Vagabond, OnlineBookClub.org‘s December 2021 month’s book is about struggle. Struggles to make a fresh life, to accomplish what needs to be done as well as between the darkness and the light within us.
When was asked in an interview with OnlineBookClub.org why Mary would pick “this princess of Hell” as her protagonist she replied: “I abhorred reading about simple, moral single-dimensional characters. I’d like to read about a morally gray one, someone who flits between destroying the world and rescuing it. Someone who is willing to take on everything, even their own soul for one last goodbye kiss. Heroes have spent time on the screen. Give me misunderstood villains.”
Mary has also made it evident the fact that the film is only the beginning. ” Vagabond is an epic trilogy and I’m currently working on the third book,” Mary said in the same interview. The only thing to know is if these sequels will be eligible for the prestigious Book of the Month title.
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