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Chaos Queen
2 : Dark Immolation (1 of 2)

by Christopher Husberg
6 Hours
Ages 18+
A new religion is rising, gathering followers drawn by rumors of prophetess Jane Oden. Her sister, Cinzia - onetime Cantic priestess - is by her side but fears that Jane will lead them to ruin. For both the church and the Nazaniin assassins are still on their trail, and much worse may come.

Knot, his true nature now revealed if not truly understood, is haunted by the memories of others and is not the ally he once was. Astrid travels to Tinska to find answers for her friend, but the childlike vampire has old enemies who have been waiting for her return. And beyond the Blood Gate in the northern empire of Roden, a Tiellan woman finds herself with a new protector. One who wants to use her extraordinary abilities for his own ends.

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard as Narrator, Thomas Keegan as Knot, Marni Penning as Cinzia, Katy Carkuff as Jane, Alyssa Wilmoth as Astrid, Andy Clemence as Daval, Tia Shearer as Cova, Dani Stoller as Winter. With Elizabeth Jernigan, Peter Holdway, Amanda Forstrom, Karen Novack, Lise Bruneau, Kimberly Gilbert, Joe Mallon, Bradley Smith, Terence Aselford, Matthew Keenan, Chris Stinson, Scott McCormick, Michael John Casey, Tracy Olivera, Christopher Walker, Ken Jackson, Richard Rohan, David Jourdan, Evan Casey, Lily Beacon, Colleen Delany, Dylan Lynch, and Nick DePinto
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Yasmin Tuazon
Dialogue Editors Justin Wortz
Sound Designers Justin Wortz
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Get Duskfall first.... by Kevin L (Posted on 12/19/2018)
As was true in Duskfall, Dark Immolation's characters old and new were great as well. To me that's always the key to a good story. I lose interest quickly if I really could care less what happens to the people (or creatures) in the story. If I can't imagine them, if their dialogue is vague and generic, or if I just really dislike them, I'm not going to continue.

I enjoyed the feeling of dipping your toes into the waters of theology throughout this story, I also like that there is a good balance in the writing. Not too much dialog, but just the right amount. Not too much description, but just enough….this story has never lost my interest due to over stimulation or under stimulation.
wow by rafael (Posted on 4/22/2018)
I was waiting for this one.

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