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Length: 68 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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  • File Size: 229 KB
  • Print Length: 68 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: December 27, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006QETLM2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,061,787 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Nathan lives in Richmond, Virginia with his two kids and lovely wife. His first novel, THE REAPER VIRUS, came from the ongoing blog by the same title that is periodically posted at reapervirus.com. This story uses many real life people and places set against an apocalyptic turn of events. Its sequel, THE REAPER VIRUS: WHAT REMAINS was. released by Permuted Press in on May 12, 2015. SARCOPHAGUS is a companion story set in the same literary world ravaged by the Reaper Virus. He also wrote the darkly humorous novella, MY FRIEND ASMODEUS, and has stories featured in several horror anthologies.

Check out more on Facebook www.facebook.com/thenathanverse or at thenathanverse.com.

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Sadly we are raised and socialized with the belief that demonic possession is a terrorizing thought. Nathan Barnes sets us straight in this captivating story of naughtiness and hilarity. From the very first sentence to the very last paragraph we are delightfully charmed by the voice of Asmodeus, a demon who is unlike any depicted before. The frolicking mayhem that ensues everywhere he and his host go entertain the imagination to no end.

To best describe Asmodeus would be to say that he is an overblown, Freudian ego gone berserk. Whatever impulsive, male desiring thought flits through his demonic brain he almost certainly acts upon. The ensuing sexual and sadistic sprees the two go on are so thoroughly enjoyable I can only hope there is a sequel.

As I finished reading I felt as though I was saying good-bye to a friend I wished I had. The type of friend you enjoy sitting in a jail cell with, laughing about the stupid thing you just did. The type of friend you take to Vegas because you KNOW it will be the naughtiest weekend of your entire life. Mr. Barnes, I implore you continue the exploits of Asmodeus, if not for myself then for all the good little boys and girls out there who need to learn how to have a good time.
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Dexter meets Idle Hands in this frightful short story It's a quick read that will leave you loving AND hating the main character while wishing you had Asmodeus on speed dial! Grab this Kindle deal and get ready to sickeningly entertained.
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A gripping and worthy read that will leave you wishing a "friend" would help you break free of your own thankless and cruel world. This book will leave you wondering what and who are really insane: the system, or the protagonist? You will not be disappointed!
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This is a great lil' story of demonic possession. It has everything you want in a good shorty... mucho action, chills, gore, dark comedy and even a spooky blood spattered smiley face. The story is well written and perfectly paced. Barnes is a fantastic story-teller and a voice to look out for in the future. I highly recommend this tale and eagerly await Barnes' next release!
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My Friend Asmodeus was a twisted and surprisingly funny ride that will grab your attention from the first page to the last. A classic tale of good versus evil that has you rooting for the bad guy, while it shows us just how much fun it can be being bad. The author leaves you wanting more as it is a very fast read, but that is about the only negative thing I can think to say about My Friend Asmodeus.
If you're easily offended, read it anyway!
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Yes, I want a demon! This book was a most wonderful read, except that it was over and done with so quickly, I felt sadly that I hadn't savored it more! It had action, it had gore, it was GREAT! A regular old guy, like you, like me, gets a demon, and Oh the fun he has...it's not important that I tell you what happens, YOU can read it for yourself! Just know that by the end of the story, you, too, will be wanting a demon!
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The only complaint that i could think of about this book is that there are not 3 more of them. The writing is a perfect mix of story telling and comedy. I would highly recommend this book to anyone with a sense of humor. Really just an all around great read.
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First of all, let me just say that I am familiar with Nathan's other work and he really, really does have a way with words. I usually (particularly lately) prefer heroic protagonists, or at least the scoundrel with a heart of gold type. This time I've found a villain I can love. Not just love to hate, but love. The sheer delight and childlike wonder William displays while committing the most heinous of acts had me giggling hysterically while choking back waves of nausea.

The story was sheer fun. One of the the most entertaining things I've read in years. My only complaint is that there wasn't more! (cough cough hint hint Mr Barnes!)

Of course after I sat back in my chair and looked away from the book I began to feel a bit...disturbed. The truly sad and horrible thing about this story is that William is average. In every way, really. He IS the 'everyman'. On his own he'd never do such horrible things, but given the right excuse and only minimal encouragement he does genuinely vile things. And enjoys it. The power he wields corrupts him absolutely. And in a matter of moments too.

He could easily be the next door neighbor, the waiter at Pizza Hut, the guy on the bus. I will not be able to go out in public without wondering what evil is lurking just behind every single persons eyes for a long, long time.

Thank you for the fun, the laughs, the spine shivers and a whole new set of neurosis Mr Barnes.

READ THE STORY.

Or else.
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