Dark Light Nights is a popular web novel written by the author Write_D_Words, covering ROMANCE, FANTASY, ACTION, ADVENTURE, SYSTEM, FEMALELEAD, POWERSANDABILITIES, TECHNOLOGY, CREATURES, PLANETS, Sci-fi Romance genres. It's viewed by 10.3K readers with an average rating of 4.91/5 and 21 reviews. The novel is being serialized to 30 chapters, new chapters will be published in Webnovel with all rights reserved.
"Let us begin the lesson." She opened the book that he handed over. Written down is: The universe change, planets that do not exist before has been born and known. It has been a long time since the last two new planets have been introduced. Earth is placed on the fourth planet; it's the primary source of products and services for the other planets. Aside from that, different types of people in other parts of the planet have been born. Earth remains earthly people. Yet two planets become more dominant, the Arkedss and Stighelt. The floating layered planet of light is the planet Stighelt. In contrast, the other world next to earth is Arkedss, the land of the dark. The origin of the two planets in the past has been written down in the world of history. Light powers have been distributed to the Stighelt people, while Dark forces have been distributed to the Arkedss people. But if two planets aren't contented with their title, then only one should remain dominant. If Light and Dark clashes, the people who receive both are called Nights, a world threat. Until a miracle happened, one of the rarest babies in Arkedss has been born with Light hair. Yet a day ahead, the rare baby in Arkedss has been born; one of the Stighelt people throw a newborn baby in the deepest layer in their world because it has a Dark Presence roaming in its body. No one knows if that baby even survived. The baby's name was not mentioned in the news from different parts of the planet. But it has been written down in the books of history. Questions remain: if the two babies meet, will they be a threat or heroes? She closed the book as He put it back to where he took it. "And end it with a question."