harlot's ghost


Su Ho Shinthe Dragon God Akashi Seijūrō Twemasathe Forbidden Exorcist Kuroko Tetsuya

“The pledge is still fresh in my mind, Kuroko, but that doesn’t solve the problem. You’re sinning,” the red dragon grits out, narrowing his eyes. “As the family’s Su Ho Shin, I demand you to stop committing these taboo acts. Didn’t you see what happened to Aomine? He gave in to necromancy—look where it got him. His family is dead, and it costed yours dearly.” He stops himself, as though he’s finally conscious of his cutting words, and lowers his chin. “You are the last one I’ve been entrusted to protect, please remember that. Nothing good ever comes from dabbling in the Dark Artes.”

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Thanks to strangulated-harlot, who told me ghost stories for 7 hours straight via LINE(non-stop), this idea came out + her fic.[옥오지애Asian Mix]

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An enthralling historical novel about a CIA operative and the complex relationship with his mentor. Mailer brilliantly extolls this complex and multi-layered fiction in which real-life historical figures interact with fictional characters, although loosely based on past CIA operatives.

It is a somewhat lengthy book well worth the effort since it has the ability to draw us into the story. In it we discover some of the techniques of spies who ply their trade, of the making of a spy agency, of the ever-lingering possibility of betrayal that looms over agents, of the motivations and shortcoming of individuals who are at the heart of political and historical events.
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