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Kingdom of Shadows

3.98 of 5 stars 3.98  ·  rating details  ·  47 ratings  ·  4 reviews
A band of desperate criminals...a seemingly deserted farmhouse guarded by the rotting remnants of scarecrows, the echoes of torture and depravity and the whispers of unholy nightmares...a dark night concealing terrible secrets, misery and long-suppressed horrors...

One faraway, nearly forgotten night, this night, stands between the forsaken and deliverance, but they are not
ebook, 102 pages
Published October 2009 by Delirium Books (first published 2009)
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Paul Nelson
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 more lucid.

It all goes back to that dark farmhouse where they ended up, an unplanned stop to split the take, one of them shot and bloody but the prevalent memory of those horrific scarecrows, that’s
Peter Schwotzer
Sep 09, 2011 Peter Schwotzer rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everyone
I think it is safe to say that Mr. Gifune is now one of my favorite authors. Kingdom of Shadows was superb.

This was the first book I read on my new Kindle and found the experience very positive. The Kindle will not replace books for me, just give me a inexpensive way to tackle the back catalogs of a lot of the new authors I've discovered in the last couple of years.
Larry Hogue
this was a mind bending novella that i really liked alot
George Wilhite
Not bad but not up to Gifune's usual standards--the novellas Sorcerer and Dreams the Ragman were much better
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The son of teachers, Greg F. Gifune was educated in Boston and has lived in various places, including New York City and Peru.A trained actor and broadcaster, he has appeared in various stage productions and has worked in radio and television as both an on-air talent and a producer. Earlier in life he held a wide range of jobs, encompassing everything from journalism to promotions.An acclaimed, res ...more
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