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Psycho Bullet Festival 2222
Psycho Bullet Festival 2222
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Psycho Bullet Festival 2222 is an intentionally absurd story created for the expressed purpose of making sense of The Saga of Dawn and Dusk series by tying up loose ends, fixing continuity issues, and fulfilling long-standing promises. That, and bringing together a number of characters and concepts for a convoluted crossover epic 9 years in the making.

200 years after Psycho Bullet Festival: The Odyssey of Abigale Quinlan, the world has matured into a utopian state, where the needs of every human are met and the concept of limited resources is a thing of the past. But that all changed after the fourth suicide of Verde Dusk, God of the VDVerse. With her demise, chaos runs rampant across the VDVerse and a long forgotten prisoner has been freed. Using their newfound power, this prisoner casts this peaceful world into a transdimensional war for the fate of the VDVerse.

This novel is part of The Saga of Dawn and Dusk series created by Natalie Neumann. It is a direct sequel to The Malice of Abigale Quinlan, Psycho Bullet Festival: The Odyssey of Abigale Quinlan, The Saga of Vincent Dawn. Efforts have been made to summarize and describe all relevant events within the text of Psycho Bullet Festival 2222, so there is no prerequisite reading necessary to understand all characters and events in this novel. However, for an optimal experience, Natalie Neumann recommends reading Psycho Bullet Festival: The Odyssey of Abigale Quinlan and The Saga of Vincent Dawn before reading this novel.

This novel contains adult material including sexually explicit activities, strong language, extreme violence, mass murder, child murder, suicidal themes, derogatory language, and more. This work is not suitable for minors. Reader discretion is advised.

Child Abuse Crossover Futanari Futuristic Setting God Protagonist Godly Powers Interdimensional Travel Multiple POV Murders Outer Space Suicides Transformation Ability Transgender World Travel
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