Anathema

Anathema

by artificer urza
1810 England, the height of the Napoleonic wars. It was thought that humans walked the path of enlightenment leaving monsters and dark things behind. However, those monsters and night stalkers merely hide in the darkness, as a young maid, Bernadette, soon finds out.
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Anathema

1810 England, the height of the Napoleonic wars. It was thought that humans walked the path of enlightenment leaving monsters and dark things behind. However, those monsters and night stalkers merely hide in the darkness, as a young maid, Bernadette, soon finds out.

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Final page of chapter 23.
Payment is made.
Looks like Ludvig got blueballed by a child. :)
You said it
Dun dun DUN!
Seems to be
The exchange rate is getting worse. I'm very thankful for my patreon which helps mitigate some of the cost.
As always, donations are always appreciated and I've put up some stuff as rewards.
https://www.patreon.com/anathema
Daaahhh
Watched Madoka Magica Rebellion this past weekend. So depressing...
This page is not depressing, however.
Is one of the poems "Tintern Abbey?" Wordsworth went on for pages and pages and pages about that place hahaha...
And seems quite nervous still
Oh Bernadette, you are such a fangirl.
Bernadette can't back pedal fast enough
Look at all the pretty people... abandoning Bernadette. Eh, she's a grown woman, she can take care of herself.
Huh... page 19 out on the 19th of April. Funny coincidence that. Happens sometimes.
Good enough to bring you to tears
Bravo!
@alala: She did not and does not have any musical talent. What she is doing is copying his performance. Ask her to reproduce it and she'll do so, even the flaws and errors. Ask her to play something original and she won't be able to.
Wait did she always have a knack for piano? Or is this something new?
Yes she seems to be quite enjoying it. May remind her of something
@trueAntiSanity: I heard a story about how he cried after a performance. It was because he couldn't hear the applause.