Poet At Large Reviews, Book, The Crimson Pact: Volume I   Leave a comment

I just finished one of the funnest anthologies I have ever read.  ‘The Crimson Pact: Volume I’ is full of stories about evil and fighting demons.  It begins with the story ‘The Failed Crusade’ by Paul Genesse and Patrick M. Tracy which tells of a war between humans and demons that leads to Demons being set free on Thousands of worlds and humans following to fight them.  The rest of the stories are suppose to be what happened on some of those worlds.  The stories are imaginative and inspiring even if they are a little distopic.  I look forward to when I will have the time to read the other four Volumes in the series.  I was even inspired enough by this book to work a little on my own short stories.

From The Poet’s Mouth,

Lyda Mae Dameron

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