Naturally introduced to another world after an existence of staleness, Will stirs to the essences of a skeleton, a phantom, and a mummy. Living in the remnants of a city long fallen, the three raise Will as their own. The skeleton — Blood — trains him to battle; the apparition — Gus — shows him sorcery; and the mummy — Mary — shows him religion and obligation. In particular, they all show him, love.
As Will grows up and finds out about the world he was naturally introduced to, he gets ready for the day when he should at last set out all alone. For Will, this excursion incorporates a deep-rooted guarantee. At their transitioning, each grown-up is expected to make a solemn vow to their preferred divine force, with the strength of the vow influencing the level of their sworn god’s favoring.
With his takeoff drawing nearer, Will should get ready to acknowledge the reality of his undead watchmen and set out into a world that even they don’t have the foggiest idea about the condition of. Will finds, nonetheless, that each promise should be satisfied, somehow.
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