Dark Days

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Xlibris Corporation LLC, 2012 - Poetry - 148 pages
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Loss of Ways and Dark Days go hand in hand. Always were the two books connected since Sorrow of Separation. Your Dark Days are born as you return home to find your life snatched away. Your sons were only two years and two months old. Marriage was just around the corner for you. Life was good as you looked forward to a future of happily ever after. The future died as you ran up your steps. You open your door to the loudest silence you could hear. Shock choked your vocal cords. Pure fear of not knowing where they could be. The truth was soon revealed that you didn't want to accept. She had an affair and ran away with no intent to return. Your true love tossed you out without giving you a choice. She took your future with her in the form of your sons.

Can you survive being erased from existence? Her tales are told where you don't exist or matter. You are blocked from your kids' day-to-day life, and a new world is constructed without you. No one knows who you are, and you must fight to be seen. You must prove yourself and battle for your kids.

A father does have a say and should never be turned into a stranger.

These are the Dark Days


Imagine a world where you have no say. Robbed of your family you're made to pay. Forever falling with no end in sight. Health declines leaving you frail and light. Cries of children will end your dread. You are dying but are not dead. This future cannot be. You must fight for family. Survive past your Loss of Ways for these are the Dark Days. Evil may storm your weather, but you must never give up, never.

Dark Days is the 8th book in the Sorrow of Separation Saga.

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About the author (2012)

Joseph J. Capriccioso was born and raised in Staten Island, New York. He is also known on the internet as Matrixlord212 for his videos, blogs, and podcasts. In 2010, Joe published his first book called Sorrow of Separation and made a series out of it. Currently, he is working on the Tomorrow's Song series and hopes to put out his science fiction novel in the near future.

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