Violina’s life was never an easy one. From her earliest memory, she had been burned and betrayed by virtually everyone she knew. But though she sat condemned, starved and bloodied, she would not submit.
Still, even she never would have imagined that her efforts to escape the world would instead lead her on a crusade to purge it… and at a horrifically steep cost. Violina, the girl who had been mocked and hunted for rejecting the warped ideals of an artificial authority, would lay down her own law.
_What was it that gave people the right to live? Was it simply being born? No. Everyone was born to no credit of their own. It’s the choices people make that determine whether they deserve their lives, and by that standard, everyone Violina knew deserved to die—everyone except for Lux. Still, despite what they may have deserved, Violina was vastly more interested in a world worth saving. The question was whether such was even possible.