☂ Sorcerer Author Greg F. Gifune – Thomashillier.co.uk


10 thoughts on “Sorcerer

  1. says:

    When a beautiful woman offers unemployed Jeff McGrath a job, he has no idea what his new employer will require from him But what, if anything, does that have to do with the homeless man Jeff s wife Eden seems oddly drawn to The demise of DarkFuse was one of the lower points of the last couple years as far as horror fiction goes However, a lot of the DarkFuse novellas are available and well worth a read Sorcerer is one of those.Jeff McGrath is in dire straits when the opportunity of a lifetime When a beautiful woman offers unemployed Jeff McGrath a job, he has no idea what his new employer will require from him But what, if anything, does that have to do with the homeless man Jeff s wife Eden seems oddly drawn to The demise of DarkFuse was one of the lower points of the last couple years as far as horror fiction goes However, a lot of the DarkFuse novellas are available and well worth a read Sorcerer is one of those.Jeff McGrath is in dire straits when the opportunity of a lifetime drops into his lap A gorgeous woman hooks him into wo...


  2. says:

    I love Greg Gifune This novella was no exception.A man named Jeff loses his job and finds himself in some financial trouble One morning, while perusing the want ads in the park, he is approached by a finely dressed, fine looking woman about a job On his doorstep, he is approached by a homeless man So begins another excellent tale from Mr Gifune.Sorcerer was thought provoking, scary and just plain fun It may cause you to look at the homeless in an entirely new way Then again, it may cause I love Greg Gifune This nov...


  3. says:

    5 Stars There are no nightmares.There is only the torment of darkness Well, I guess I need to stop saying that I dislike novellas, as I have liked quite a few recently This short read by Greg F Gifune is my second read of his works A View from the Lake was my first He writes horror that is filled with atmosphere and people that are easy to identify In this one, a down on his luck and out of work husband named Jeff meets a beautiful young business woman and his life is never the same again 5 Stars There are no nightmares.There is only the torment of darkness Well, I guess I need to stop saying that I dislike novellas, as I have liked quite a few recently This short read by Greg F Gifune is my second read of his works A View from the Lake was my first He writes horror that is filled with atmosphere and people that are easy to identify In this one, a down on his luck and out of work husband named Jeff meets a beautiful young business woman and his life is never the same again Sometimes, she said softly, you don t have to go looking for the Devil Sometimes he goes looking for you Jeff quickly finds that things are not quite what they seem and that what seems to be too good to be true often is A suspicious job offer gone bad, followed by a fast spiral down into the darkness Things get creepy as the events unfold, making this a tou...


  4. says:

    A captivating novella from Greg Gifune that I simply had to finish once I began The atmosphere he creates is almost tangible, the characters REAL, and their motivations are ones that we can all relate to.When Jeff loses his job, relying on his loving wife, Eden, to support them, he finds himself desperate to get back on track Out of nowhere, a beautiful woman emerges, telling him of an opportunity for a job that would easily fulfill all of his financial obligations A new twist on the saying A captivating novella from Greg Gifune that I simply had to finish once I began The atmosphere he creates is almost tangible, the characters REAL, and their motivations are ones that we can all relate to.When Jeff loses his job, relying on his loving wife, Eden, to support them, he finds himself desperate to get back on track Out of nowhere, a beautiful woman emerges, telling him of an opportunity for a job that would easily fulfill all of his financial obligations A new twist o...


  5. says:

    This short story follows an old and comfortable theme think Devil s Advocate But, it is fun It is the kind of story that makes you want to knowabout the bad guy 5 STARS


  6. says:

    A very scary and compelling read.


  7. says:

    The original review with full scores can be found here plot of Sorcerer is like that serpent that consumes its own tail Unlike Ouroboros though, the story isn t eternal, it just loops back on itself where the ending is the beginning The ending of the story is done in a way that gives a whole new perspective to the early bits of the story, even though it s exactly the same, just with a whole new light shone on it due to revelations throughout the boo The original review with full scores can be found here plot of Sorcerer is like that serpent that consumes its own tail Unlike Ouroboros though, the story isn t eternal, it just loops back on itself where the ending is the beginning The ending of the story is done in a way that gives a whole new perspective to the early bits of the story, even thou...


  8. says:

    Times are tough Jeff McGrath has recently lost his job, and he and his wife Eden are having trouble making ends meet Saddled with a mountain of growing bills, the prospect of being evicted from their apartment and an enigmatic homeless man who li...


  9. says:

    I m going to keep this simple This is a fantastic, cautionary tale of wishes and the darkness that can answer Easily this story could have fit in the TV show Twilight Zone A beloved series for many viewers old and young.Jeff has lost his job and is in fear for his and his wife s future A homeless man is seen night after night outside their home The only one in the apartment that s bothered is Jeff While out and about, Jeff is approached by a mysterious and beautiful woman who offers him a I m going to keep this simple This is a fantastic, cautionary tale of wishes and the darkness that can answer Easily this story could have fit in the TV show Twilight Zone A beloved series for many viewers old and young.Jeff has lost his job and is in fear for his and his ...


  10. says:

    I shouldn t have read this in 2am Already a huge fan of Greg Gifune, I am as much thrilled by this short story as by The Bleeding Season I m giving it four stars because Jeff s character seems to me a little bit stupid, he acts like he s...


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Sorcerer Sorcerer Read Author Greg F Gifune Chardonneret.eu Times Are Tough Jeff McGrath Has Recently Lost His Job, And He And His Wife Eden Are Having Trouble Making Ends Meet Saddled With A Mountain Of Growing Bills, The Prospect Of Being Evicted From Their Apartment And An Enigmatic Homeless Man Who Lives On The Steps Of Their Building And Seems Inexplicably Drawn To The Young Couple, Things Look Exceedingly Bleak But When One Afternoon Jeff Meets A Beautiful Businesswoman Who Wants To Recruit Him For A High Paying Job At An Internationally Renowned Company Owned By The Wildly Successful CEO Foster Hope, He Thinks His Luck May Be Changing But What Initially Seems Like The Break Of A Lifetime Soon Becomes An Unimaginable Nightmare Jeff May Never Escape Because An Evil As Ancient And Elusive As The Sands Of Time Has Come Calling, Nothing Is As It Seems, Nothing Happens By Accident Or Chance, And One Man S Dream Come True May Very Well Be Another Man S Descent Into Inconceivable Horror Careful What You Wish For Evil Has Many Names

  • Kindle Edition
  • 75 pages
  • Sorcerer
  • Greg F. Gifune
  • English
  • 06 March 2017

About the Author: Greg F. Gifune

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