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The Antithesis by T.L. Whiteman

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Rated 7.59 out of 10 Statistics


Chapters: 3

Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy

Updated: Weekly

Content Advisory

Occasional Coarse Language

Frequent Violence


Overall Rating: 7.591

Average Rating: 9.93 (Guests), 7.75 (Members)

Ranking: #31

Rating Count: 19 (15 Guests, 4 members)

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"Heaven, Hell, and their true intentions."

Alezair Czynri, an immortal being with no memory of his past, embarks on a journey with a mysterious woman claiming to be a resident of Purgatory. Through her, Alezair learns many secrets behind the universe, and eventually begins to realize this woman knows more about him than he initially thought.

Incorporating modern and ancient religion, philosophy, and even physical science, the series is a dark tale that compares the flaws and benefits of the human race to more complex forms of intelligence beyond our known world.

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Rating: 8/10

The initial concept behind ‘The Antithesis’ is intriguing, and comes across as ‘Dollhouse’ meets ‘Dogma’ with some time travel thrown in at first glance. Our main character, Alezair is a ‘marionette’ owned by the Nexus, whose mission is hijacked by a mysterious woman. Currently, the story as at 3 chapters, and will be updated once weekly.

The dialogue is fun and interesting,…Read More

"time travelling, non-humans and political machinations"

Rating: 7/10

It is hard to classify The Antithesis. I would say, so far, it is a supernatural sci-fi horror with undertones of romance. I hesitated between giving this story 7 or 8 stars as there isn’t much up yet (only 6 chapters) and I was a little hesitant about rating something highly with so little up. But The Antithesis has strong writing, interesting characters, and is overall a promising beginning,…Read More


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