The Devil's Day Off

The Devil's Day Off

by Bryant Arnold
     
 

What happens when the Devil meets a beautiful painter named Alene, contracts a hit man named Peter, employs a runner named Mario, and has thoughtful conversations with a lawyer named Harry? Chaos! As Harry makes his way to work one day, he falls down an elevator shaft, accidentally kills his boss, and has a soggy hot dog lunch in the park with the Devil. On the worst… See more details below

Overview

What happens when the Devil meets a beautiful painter named Alene, contracts a hit man named Peter, employs a runner named Mario, and has thoughtful conversations with a lawyer named Harry? Chaos! As Harry makes his way to work one day, he falls down an elevator shaft, accidentally kills his boss, and has a soggy hot dog lunch in the park with the Devil. On the worst rainy day anyone has ever seen, the story climaxes as all the characters interact, and the Devil shows up to watch.

Editorial Reviews

Shirley Johnson
In this delightful read, we find the Devil doing something he never does -- taking a day off....I found this book to be very entertaining. I liked the way the author drew up his characters and gave insight into their lives and the situations they were in and how the devil played upon their fears and desires. The interaction between the devil and the characters swayed you back and forth at first and you are left wondering where all the pieces would fit in.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780744306002
Publisher:
SynergEbooks
Publication date:
10/01/2003
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
0 MB

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Meet the Author

Born on June 18, 1970 in a small town in Illinois, and moving to a small farm town in Iowa, Bryant dreamed of being a professional artist. Leaving Iowa for Las Vegas, Nevada, where he now resides, he built a fifteen-year career out of art. He has enjoyed his professional life as a graphic designer, artist, cartoonist, photographer and creative expert.

Although writing and art go hand-in-hand, and he had always written short stories and poetry, he never imagined a writing career. It wasn’t until he met his now best-friend David Williams, who had always dreamed of being a writer. To inspire his friend, Bryant began the daunting task of writing a novel himself.

Two years and a lot of sweat later, Bryant finished his book. But his first book is only the beginning. With an immense library he calls ‘The Morgue,’ he has filed years-worth of related and unrelated stories that he’s already begun working on.

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