The second Horseman of the Apocalypse hath awakened! Bring out the swords, don the chainmail and prepare dramatic farewells for your loved ones –– the time has come to go to War! But, despite the dire straits of humanity, could War change its path of destruction if love and passion were to bloom in
Publish Date: Sep 23, 2021
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The second Horseman of the Apocalypse hath awakened! Bring out the swords, don the chainmail and prepare dramatic farewells for your loved ones –– the time has come to go to War! But, despite the dire straits of humanity, could War change its path of destruction if love and passion were to bloom in the throes of chaos?
We explore the tragedy and horror of mass-deaths, the scars that are left by the atrocities of war, and how difficult yet important it is to believe in the power of love despite it all. We also discuss how the end of the world may affect your view of humanity.
Trigger warning: mentions of death, resurrecting the dead, zombies, sexual assault, attempted sexual assault, death of children and elderly, pregnancy, power struggle dynamic, and rape
Book of the week: War (Horsemen of the Apocalypse, #2) by Laura Thalassa
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Romancing the Monsters is a podcast that looks at the monster within: the shadow keeping the characters away from true and absolute happiness. This monster can be a prejudice, fear, insecurity, trauma and so on. We believe that romance novels are as much about one's personal journey as they are about finding love.
After all, love makes us vulnerable and forces us to bare our monsters to another.