…And dark it begins. An apostle-Paul-like story, as the back cover suggests,The Dark Man‘s world is a potent, realistic look at the unreality of the broken, sinful human mind.
Charles Graves is a master of disguise, running from his past and himself, chasing underground Christians. Charles also sees things. Scary things.
Okay, nice idea. In trying to pigeonhole this book, at first I went, “It’s a spin on Dekker’s Thr3e.” But not so much. Then it seemed like one of those charismatic novels I’ve read, with visions and holy laughter and stuff.
Not so much either, nope. No pigeonholes. The Dark Man is too big for that. Continue reading