Kingdom of Shadows
Publish date: October 2009
Publisher: Delirium Books
Pages no: 102
Edition language: English
This one almost lost me at the beginning. There's a fast paced prologue written in present tense and fairly gory, followed by a slow paced first chapter. Add to that a protagonist named Rooster (so I have a mental picture of him as a chicken every time his name is mentioned) and it was only the cree...
So here I am again, offering yet another positive review of a Greg F Gifune book. I know, I know, it's predictably boring. But the man writes quality. So what else is there to say?Well, one thing I can say is this novella tells the story of Rooster, a retired thief whose last job went horrendously w...
Kingdom of Shadows opens with a flashback, falling closer to a waking nightmare than reality, Rooster suffers only flashes of memories, the start of his awful headaches, of the night he and his old crew pulled their last robbery and an intense difficulty assembling the sparse memories into something...