The Fifth Rider: New Damascus

Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
New Damascus was a place of desert and mountain. It was a town suffering from sickness, where trouble always stopped by to holiday. It was the preacher who finally took matters into his own hands, praying for salvation. Salvation didn't come. Something else did. More
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About A Park

The oddest Park you'll know. Toronto native who smokes and writes in a small study which is actually a closet.

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Review by: Amber Jones on Jan. 26, 2014 :
Captivating from the very beginning. Reminded me a little of Stephen King's "Desperation" and I'm super anxious to read what's next from the author.
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Review by: smaranda on Oct. 17, 2013 :
This is excellent - the intense, gritty writing fits perfectly the "western" setting, and at the same time twists it towards spiritual horror. I'm looking forward to the sequel.
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Review by: Amy Parker on May 27, 2013 :
A strange, interesting, and intense story. It's well worth reading.
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Review by: septentrion on May 11, 2013 :
The story was short but fitted perfectly its format. It was gritty and gripping. The atmosphere of fear that folds over New Damascus is well described. I'm looking forward to reading the sequel.
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Review by: Scott Crowder on May 8, 2013 :
An amazing story that grips right from the beginning. I love what's come to be known as the weird western, and this author has written the perfect example of it. The writing is engaging and direct without being plain, and the characters are fully fleshed out despite the story clocking in at under 17,000 words. Most reviews (even some of mine) lament the brevity of this story or that, wishing it could be longer, but this story seems absolutely perfect where it is. Thank you for sharing this gem, Mr./Ms. Park, and holy shit, am I looking forward to the next!
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