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Treachery follows strength and authority, perpetuating an everlasting game of death. From deep within the darkest shadows, the gleaming tip of cold steel pokes out, searching for persons of power, drawn to their supremacy. It could be a friend, a trusted confidant, a family member, a lover, or a complete stranger. It could be your worst enemy, your own inner demons, or eviTreachery follows strength and authority, perpetuating an everlasting game of death. From deep within the darkest shadows, the gleaming tip of cold steel pokes out, searching for persons of power, drawn to their supremacy. It could be a friend, a trusted confidant, a family member, a lover, or a complete stranger. It could be your worst enemy, your own inner demons, or evil personified. In the end it matters not who is behind the blade. For the eye of the dagger sees all, but shadow of the dagger may be the last thing you ever see. From the minds of authors Josh Brown, Alex Ness, and Marc N. Kleinhenz comes a fantasy collection of seven short stories and two epic poems, all focusing on the twisted secrets of killers hiding in the shadows. "The Queen’s Guard," "The Holy Knight," and "Once a Great Warrior," by Josh Brown. "Shadow and Source," "Split Decision," "The Emperor’s Last Friend," "Coal Mining Kills," and "Highest of Hell’s Generation," by Alex Ness. "So it is Said," by Marc N. Kleinhenz....

Title : Eye of the Dagger
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ISBN : 9781456541712
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 70 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Eye of the Dagger Reviews

  • Angelina Justice
    2018-10-22 11:04

    I had a very hard time getting through this very short collection of stories and poems. There were a couple of stories that had great potential, but they were sabotaged by grandiose language and overblown personification.As a reader I can't match the tone of epic literature with a short story. It's like putting pickles on your PB&J. It's just, off.There was one short story about coal country that I might have enjoyed had it actually been a story and not a commentary riddled with quotes and fractured imagery. The story ideas in this book are great, they just aren't fleshed out.I wish I could be more positive but I can't. All of these writers have potential, but it wasn't realized in this collection.

  • Josh Brown
    2018-10-22 08:06