Armed with the knowledge of his true identity and the seven demons by his side, the lone farmer is released from his isolation and enters the world with a mission: deliver sin to mankind. It's the greatest story ever told, by the most unlikely of narrators.
In this sequel to The Sinner, K. Trap Jones takes us back to the tormented crossroads between good and evil while exposing another view behind the creation of Hell and civilization's first encounters with sin.
When all hope is gone, who can be trusted? This isn't the devil you know, it's... The Harvester.
Synopsis: Now that the farmer knows his true identity, he steps into the role of Satan and accepts the mission handed down to him by God: deliver sin to mankind. While accomplishing his goal, Satan stumbles upon a joyous city named Hell. Considering it another challenge, Satan decides to take the city as his own. Within his new kingdom, the farmer unleashes sin and harvests souls. But all does not fare well for the Prince of Darkness. God, in his infinite wisdom has chosen another man for another aspect of his master plan. Well, not so much a man as a child. And for Satan, that can only mean one thing. War.
|Publisher:||Blood Bound Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.42(d)|
About the Author
His novel The Sinner (Blood Bound Books) won the 2010 Royal Palm Literary Award. Other books include The Drunken Exorcist (Necro Publications), The Crossroads (Hazardous Press) and One Bad Fur Day (Sirens Call Publications).
He is also a member of the Horror Writers Association and can be found lurking around Tampa, Florida.