Since it’s publication week, there’s no short story today. I’ll leave you with this Janus Perspective quote instead. See if you can recall which book it’s from.
“The dark megalith silently stands against a backdrop of darkness. In a past life, it was a place where most came to heal, while only a few came to spend their last days. Now it is a beacon for downtrodden souls seeking but a fleeting taste of euphoria. Many having taken their last breath before even getting so much as a glimpse. Simultaneously serving as the scene of a crime and a frigid tomb, the sinister mausoleum does not forgive the foolish.” –The Janus Perspective