Eternal Baddie Interview with Marta from the Angelborn Series

Interviewer

Hello and welcome to our show, Eternal Baddies! We are excited to have a new guest on tonight. She’s a former angelborn who was turned changeling to serve the great demon Shemiazaz. Why don’t you tell us what angelborn and changelings are, Marta.


Marta

Well, I tell you but may kill you later if need to. Angelborn is scum born from angel’s line. Grace have descendants he use to protect weak humans. Changelings much more powerful. They drink demon blood then gain powers, strong, fast, and never grow old. If hurt, you heal. Many benefits to changeling and no protect stupid humans.


Interviewer

So, where are you from exactly?


Marta

East Europe. That is all you need to know.


Interviewer

What made you decide to become a changeling? Was it just the powers involved?


Marta

To get revenge. On angelborn and people. First I serve Shemiazaz, then his son. Jacob, he is special.


Interviewer

So Jacob is another demon?


Marta

No, Jacob is half-demon. But powerful. When he die he become full demon but be in Perdition.


Interviewer

And what would you do if that happened? Since he’s your master?


Marta

I would bring him back to this realm. No matter what cost.


Interviewer

What powers does Jacob have?


Marta

He no needs powers. But has demon blood powers. And he smart. He has the Eternal Tomes.


Interviewer

And what are those?


Marta

They are books of Angelic Tongue and rituals the angel give man. Jacob got all. He is now more powerful than angelborn on top of demon powers.


Interviewer

And what does he plan to do with all that power?


Marta

I tell you, I kill you. I think we are done here.


Interviewer

Umm, sure. Thanks for stopping by.


That’s all for us this week. Join us later, dear readers, for more insights into the world of Eternal Baddies. And read more about Marta and Jacob in the Angelborn series, ending with the stunning conclusion of Demonkind, out October 10th!

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