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Children of the Incubi: IV. Gods in the Onyx (eBook)

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Children of the Incubi:
IV. Gods in the Onyx
Children of the Incubi: IV. Gods in the Onyx eBook Cover, written by Lana M. Wiggins
Children of the Incubi:
IV. Gods in the Onyx eBook Cover,
written by Lana M. Wiggins
Author(s) Lana M. Wiggins
Series Children of the Incubi
Publisher Black Dragons Press
Publication date July 12, 2018
Media type eBook
Length 372 Pages
ASIN B07FKGK5H7
Preceded by Children of the Incubi: III. Banquet of the Lesser Gods
Followed by Children of the Incubi: V. Dead Party

For other uses of the word Incubus, see Incubus (disambiguation).


Children of the Incubi: IV. Gods in the Onyx is an eBook written by Lana M. Wiggins. It is the fourth work in the Children of the Incubi series by this author. In this work Incubi appear.


Overview

  • Title: Children of the Incubi: IV. Gods in the Onyx
  • Author: Lana M. Wiggins
  • Published By: Black Dragons Press
  • Length: 372 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B07FKGK5H7
  • Publishing Date: July 12, 2018


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

Lily's focus of the Saga shifts when she prepares to fight both Samael and Drake to return to the Underworld in a rescue mission of her own. Gael finally has its long-awaited wedding, and the underlying tragedy of Declan and Caraye's love story is a secret Amon is determined to keep hidden from Declan. Amon and Marduk take their own Hero's journey through the Onyx River to face off against Malachi.

Along the way, they face an army of lusus naturae led by an old nemesis of the Gods. Amon takes his first steps among humanity, and finally meets Lugh's family, but neither humanity nor Lugh's family are what he expected. Marduk and Draco plot a dangerous mission to capture the elusive Red Dragon, who is wreaking havoc upon humanity in violent acts of terror that kill scores of innocents, including many of Marduk's trackers. Their ill-planned scheme, however, has disastrous and tragic consequences that the Incubi may never recover from.


Book Review

At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, no review was available. Tera has this work on her reading list and will review it shortly.


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