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The Night Walk Men: Corinthian Kindle Edition
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His current release is the full-length follow-up novel to THE NIGHT WALK MEN called THE DEVIL'S RIGHT HAND, available now.
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Top Customer Reviews
Do yourself a favor and download this...and be ready to digest it slowly. There are some great lines in this piece.
What really makes this story work for me, like the other two stories, is the narration. The style that McIntyre uses for the way Sperro tells the story draws me in each time. I'm not much a fan of the 2nd person, I almost always despise it, but in McIntyre's work, I think it's the only way to get the mood just right.
This story might be short, but it helps hint at the bigger "world view" that the Night Walk Men are involved in. It's another small glimpse into what they do and who they are. It left me wanting, but not in a painful way. I'm wanting more, and that'll come when I read The Devil's Right Hand (The Night Walk Men), which will surely be sooner after reading this story. But it's also left me wanting in a way that I can be content formulating my own theories about the Night Walk Men. I enjoy a story that'll make me think beyond the text. McIntyre never fails to make this happen for me.
The narrator tells his story haphazardly. One moment, he will utter an odd, grandiose speech about the meaning of death, life and duty. In the next sentence he might say something else entirely. Jason does not execute this perfectly. In fact, he rambles at certain points, to the point where you lose track of the story for a while. But he's good at rambling. I loved reading the rambling. It's still haunting me while I type this review.
Don't let that scare you away. I dare you to read this book. The story itself is well-done, too. There is one scene in particular that is one of the most unique, poignant, and downright terrifying things I've ever read. I will never forget that old blind saxophone player...
Maybe I'll go back someday and finish it and maybe I'll change this review, but with so much to read, much of it good (and a lot of it crap), I can't justify the waste of time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this was a really good read! it really grabs a hold of you and won' t let you put it down until you are done! the plot is fantastic and so well written!Published 4 months ago by Amy G
I downloaded this when it was just called "The Night Walk Men," apparently more stories have been added since then. Read morePublished on December 15, 2013 by morehumanthanhuman
McIntyre uses words to entice the reader, using a conversational style of prose to communicate a view of the world in which faith is useless and a person's place in the world is... Read morePublished on April 25, 2012 by Vicky Kae
Sorry - I made it about half way through and had to quit. Not my kind of story and could not hold my attention.Published on April 11, 2012 by Jim Long
When I notice a book on Amazon with polarized ratings and reviews, it spurs my curiosity. That was the case with this 39-page short story: folks either tended to love it or dismiss... Read morePublished on December 30, 2011 by H. Johnson
Weird, eerie, and spellbinding stuff. Well worth reading! A story of great depth and meaning. Good job with this one, JasonPublished on November 6, 2011 by Mark Paul Jacobs
I'm glad I got this ebook free, because otherwise I'd demand my money back. I couldn't even finish this book, it was so bad! I have never NOT finished a book before. Read morePublished on October 19, 2011 by H. Devaney