The Vince Malum Residential Living Center is an asylum for patients out-of-sync with the world. Viviane, a functional schizophrenic, works in the laundry there. Her hallucinations have always been benign, albeit annoying and intrusive. That is until one of her hallucinations starts murdering patients.
Viviane is thrown into unexpected danger, and nothing she thought was true actually is. Her dark hero's journey forces her to solve the mystery of who she is and why she's special in order to save those she loves.
for adults who need a break from Reality
epic, dark, rated M for Mature
Viviane is schizophrenic. It’s genetic—from her mother’s side of the family. She can usually handle her hallucinations, but when one of them starts killing people, Viviane discovers that nothing in her world is as mundane as she thought it was. Especially not her fiancé.
It’s a long fall from the moon, and Reality will never be the same.
Trouble follows Viv everywhere. Learning to use her new powers, she begins to explore this vast magickal world to which she's awakening. Arthurian mythology, the Tuatha dé Danann, and the guardians of Purgatory? It's all so much to take in, and Trouble is not waiting for her to catch up.
In the conclusion to the Wyrdwood Welcome trilogy, Viv risks her own life to fix the Trouble she caused. Her new powers are blossoming, and she's beginning to understand what it means to live with magick. It's unclear, however, whether the benefit outweighs the cost. The secrets she uncovers have sharp edges. Can Viv divert a war, or does her very existance herald the end of an era?