In a galaxy torn apart by war, where lives fade into darkness like nebulae of dead stars, stands a lonely girl whose destiny will intertwine with the fate of the Universe. Her name is Jocelyn Dark, one of a few surviving humans, and she’s dying.
The Xaksu warlords want to enslave her, the Asrai sovereignty wants to wield her as a weapon of magic, and the gods wishes to use her for their own purposes–all while her rotten blood slowly kills her. All Jocelyn wants is to experience the one thing that’s alluded her all her life: the feeling of meaning something to someone.
Can Jocelyn find a way to save her own life, while surviving the threats of alien invasions, warring gods, and the monsters lying in wait?
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