I am Rage.
I am Vengeance.
I am Death.
I am Nature.
I am what I am.
Misericordia means Mercy. That will prove ironic.
The virus has him in its grip and the former military man is changing again. Fangs. Even more strength and even greater speed. He’s much more dangerous than he was as a human, of course, but now he’s grown more dangerous than any other vampire, including Shiva.
Season One was humans versus the Sutr-X plague and other humans and those infected with Sutr-Z (as in zombie.)
Season Two was humans versus zombies versus vampires.
Season Three begins with a blind woman and Batman. Yes, you read that right. The Europeans land in Newfoundland to meet a princess and a monk. Yep, I know it’s strange, but I’m tricky. Trust me. This will work.
Season Three is real world strife.
Vampires versus vampires and humans versus vampires. Whales will play a strategic part in the war. Another character, besides Jaimie Spencer, will communicate directly with The Way of Things and we’ll discover why the whole truth is hidden, even from Jaimie Spencer. We’ll find out what The Last Cafe really is. Unexpected allies will rise and fall. Terrible sacrifices will be made. Realizations will hit and armies will clash in epic battles. Vengeance will be claimed.
Season Three is War.
There is still a secret hidden in plain sight in Seasons One and Two. No one has guessed it yet.
All will be revealed, and concluded, in Season Three.
- Review of This Plague of Days Season 2 (pratr.wordpress.com)
- This Plague of Days: You will be infected (chazzwrites.com)
- This Plague of Days, Season 2: Expect more action (thisplagueofdays.com)
- Despite being bitten by a vampire, I’m still alive (allthatchazz.com)
- On the Ecology of the Vampire (hackslashmaster.blogspot.com)