The Angelwood Chronicles 1 - Divide: PrologueThe Angelwood Chronicles | Book 1: Divide
They say the woods got their name from an angel that fell and died there, but no one had ever believed it enough to actually go there to look over the premises. In fact, not even the owners of the area had ever gone into the Angelwood, despite their disbelief in the tale, and it had gone untouched through quite a few generations of the Shire family. It was said that the place was imbued with the divine aura of the heavenly being, and that the trees were infused with a sacred power that discouraged people from going onto the hallowed ground. But even the grandparents in the village didn't believe this at least not wholly and only told it as a sort of local legend for the few tourists and as bedtime stories for children who needed to be coaxed to sleep.
But it is well-known that children are curious by nature, and it was almost fate that one would eventually want to see if the angel really existed. In the case of Dios Shire,
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