Sympathy

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What would you do if a man in dreadlocks asked to sit down with you in a bar that wasn’t crowded? What if he said his name was Satan? And what if he wanted to have a discussion about good and evil? In this short story, Satan smokes cigarettes and drinks hurricanes and talks with a Jamaican accent, and the narrator comes to believe that this man may be more than he seems. He only wants sympathy. More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 2,960
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301918379
About Cedrix E. Clarke

Cedrix E. Clarke is a pseudonym for a Kentucky writer that has written his entire adult life, but only recently began publishing. Cedrix has a professional day job in a small town in Kentucky and writes at night, and like most comic book heroes, he must protect his identity. Cedrix does not fight crime...not yet, anyway.

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Review by: Sherry Donacy on Oct. 06, 2013 :
Wow! Just wow. One of the best little pieces of original fiction I have ever read. No one has the guts to write from a Luciferian (Satanic? Gnostic?) point-of-view anymore. A well rounded story, even the devil has character. The man just wants an ear and Satan just wants a brain to pick. If you are easily offended by works which question mainstream belief, then this story is not for you. But if you want a story that challenges modern tradition, that paints an alternative-history uninfected by the plague of religion, then this story is one of the best you will ever come across. I am truly impressed, Cedrix (non de plume) and look forward to your next gripping tale.
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