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The phrase "Don't judge a book by its cover" has a double meaning: don't underestimate something based on what you see, but don't overestimate it, either. Always viewed as a quiet, timid girl, sara has consistently been underestimated. Her naivety was something to be taken advantage of, and, eventually, someone did. Haunted by her past, she would love nothing more than to The phrase "Don't judge a book by its cover" has a double meaning: don't underestimate something based on what you see, but don't overestimate it, either. Always viewed as a quiet, timid girl, sara has consistently been underestimated. Her naivety was something to be taken advantage of, and, eventually, someone did. Haunted by her past, she would love nothing more than to feel a sense of power again. Introduced to a smoke and mirrors shattering secret, Sara finds that, by coaxing out the power that lie dormant within her, an evil rivaling that which she has already known has risen alongside her newfound sense of strength. Repressed and hidden from her for years, she has no idea how to stop herself from being consumed by the very thing she fears. Her life spirals as she learns those she trusted most have lied to her and hidden their true selves, their pasts no more pure than the sins committed against her. As the lines between good and evil become blurred, Sara has to grapple with what truly defines a monster when the lives of those same people are threatened, and whether that definition should now apply to her. There are two kinds of monster in this world: Monsters of night and monsters of men. One proudly displays their prowess for the hunt, making our hair stand on end and our hearts pound simply by being in their presence. But those who claim to be human are far less conspicuous in their danger. Cleverly disguising themselves behind a fair facade, they walk among us and claim to be one of us. We only learn of their true nature after it's too late, just as they so wickedly intended. Unlike the monsters who cling to the shadows, this beast hunts under our noses and in our own neighborhoods, just out of reach. No matter how different their methods, their goals align: both predators stalking their prey in silence.


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The phrase "Don't judge a book by its cover" has a double meaning: don't underestimate something based on what you see, but don't overestimate it, either. Always viewed as a quiet, timid girl, sara has consistently been underestimated. Her naivety was something to be taken advantage of, and, eventually, someone did. Haunted by her past, she would love nothing more than to The phrase "Don't judge a book by its cover" has a double meaning: don't underestimate something based on what you see, but don't overestimate it, either. Always viewed as a quiet, timid girl, sara has consistently been underestimated. Her naivety was something to be taken advantage of, and, eventually, someone did. Haunted by her past, she would love nothing more than to feel a sense of power again. Introduced to a smoke and mirrors shattering secret, Sara finds that, by coaxing out the power that lie dormant within her, an evil rivaling that which she has already known has risen alongside her newfound sense of strength. Repressed and hidden from her for years, she has no idea how to stop herself from being consumed by the very thing she fears. Her life spirals as she learns those she trusted most have lied to her and hidden their true selves, their pasts no more pure than the sins committed against her. As the lines between good and evil become blurred, Sara has to grapple with what truly defines a monster when the lives of those same people are threatened, and whether that definition should now apply to her. There are two kinds of monster in this world: Monsters of night and monsters of men. One proudly displays their prowess for the hunt, making our hair stand on end and our hearts pound simply by being in their presence. But those who claim to be human are far less conspicuous in their danger. Cleverly disguising themselves behind a fair facade, they walk among us and claim to be one of us. We only learn of their true nature after it's too late, just as they so wickedly intended. Unlike the monsters who cling to the shadows, this beast hunts under our noses and in our own neighborhoods, just out of reach. No matter how different their methods, their goals align: both predators stalking their prey in silence.

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