Branded Faith by Tom Underhill Review

Branded Faith

By Tom Underhill

A man sits in a tavern listening to the people talking around him and flashing back to the life he once had living with monks. As we listen, we learn that this is not just any man but an extremely gifted man who does not always use his gifts for the greater good.

 

Tom Underhill is quickly becoming one of my favorite short story authors. This one like the last one I reviewed, Ghost Writer, was absolutely fascinating. Not only does the nameless man in the tavern have a special gift, we also follow his struggle with what he can do. This short story is definitely worth the read.

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1 Comment

Filed under Book Reviews, Fantasy, Fiction, Horror, Short Story, Thriller

One response to “Branded Faith by Tom Underhill Review

  1. Em

    Excellent I’ll check it out. 🙂

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