All Things Truly Wicked

Tales of Sinners, Saints, Science, and the Supernatural

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Descripción editorial

Bad things happen to good people as much as anyone else. Sometimes good things happen to the bad, too. There's no middle ground. The universe doesn't discriminate between those we believe are saints and those we view as sinners. Think about all those so-called evangelists who had fallen due to scandals. Don't forget the criminals who reformed and became successful by writing books, doing interviews and starring in movies. We are all half saint/half sinner. No one is completely bad or good.

We live in a society often devoid of compassion, harmony, and fairness and a chock full of distractions and temptations. No one is immune. The urge to succumb to the tiny devil which speaks to us from within our psyche can be so powerful, even so-called saints can break bad.

The characters in this book are neither saints nor sinners. All will face unearthly terrors in the form of bioluminescent cats, spiteful witches, killer insects and other horrors. All will teeter within an otherworldly realm, traipse a thin tightrope between daylight and shadow and be changed forever. All things truly wicked start from innocence, and within these pages, all become . . . the truly wicked.

The soul that has conceived one wickedness can nurse no good thereafter

- Sophocles

Beware that when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster.

-Friedrich W. Nietzsche

It is better to be the right hand of the Devil than to be in his path. -Kevin J. O'Connor as Beni Gabor, from the 1999 film, 'The Mummy'

Ficción y literatura
30 de marzo
Newman Springs Publishing, Inc.
Ingram DV LLC