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His Work To See

3.7 of 5 stars 3.70  ·  rating details  ·  20 ratings  ·  4 reviews
The game is ancient, played out in cities and towns across the world. The players are powerful beyond measure, and their champions and foot soldiers battle in perpetuity. There are over seven billion prizes to be won, each precious beyond measure. They are the souls of every man, woman, and child on earth, and both sides will stop at nothing to claim them.

Pandora and Ambro
Kindle Edition, 33 pages
Published June 17th 2012
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Matt Schiariti
His Work To See is the immediate prequel to Thy Fearful Symmetry. Wondering how a fallen angel ends up on the doorstep of a local church, beaten half to deal with Hell literally hot on his heels? Or how the one he shouldn't be involved with ended up broken of spirit, body, and half crazed? This short story will answer those questions.

It's difficult to review this without giving too much away because of its brevity, but if you have read Thy Fearful Symmetry, you should read this. It focuses on Am
Jackie Blewett
I loved this introduction to Ambrose and Pandora (Thy Fearful Symmetry also by Richard Wright). This is very much worth reading and convinced me I had to read Thy Fearful Symmetry as I was left wanting more.
Michael Brookes
His Work to see is an excellent short story about a forbidden love affair between an angel and a demon. They believe they have kept the affair secret, but the higher powers for Heaven and Hell decide to make an example of them so that it will not occur again.

I enjoyed reading this a lot, despite being so short iis a satisfying read by managing to encapsulate the story and still hinting at a wider world without feeling that you've missed something. I will definetly be checking out the other relea
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An author of strange, dark fictions currently living in New Delhi, India after over a decade in Glasgow, Scotland.
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