"A great read... I really liked the ending."
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About the Author:
Will Bevis is a prolific writer of short, sometimes very controversial "Slice of life" stories, articles, essays and memoirs that make you feel you are right there, experiencing the story as it it happens. His best known story is the Top One Hundred Free for Kindle story, "The Killing of Train-Man Brown." He has written over one hundred short stories including, "Then Her Wig Fell Off," "Let the Dog Drive," "Blackbird," "Supply and Demand," "Daddy's Playing Dead," and many, many others. Many are also available as audio books.
About "Boogie: A Life With The Devil."
This full length novel grew out of the Five Star short story, "Blackbird: A Young Boy Meets the Devil For the First Time."
It follows the little boy from that first meeting with the devil, all the way through his life... until the surprise end.
Meet "Bill the Blackbird" and "Boogie McCain" and a host of other interesting characters...
As the devil never gives up in trying to get Boogie to sign away his soul... in return for fame and fortune...
and a few other things as well!
One reviewer called "Blackbird..." A must-read treasure, December 24, 2012
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This review is from: Blackbird: A Boy Meets The Devil For the First Time (Kindle Edition)
I've been reading about 70 years and Blackbird is one of those rare nuggets of pure gold in a whole mountain of clay . It plays out like the blues, full of riffs and bass and gravel that spin themselves into a mirror of soul not ashamed to get down and dirty and come up dragging us into a light we refused to open our eyes to before. Don't let the stomp and shuffle and guffaws fool you into thinking it's not about you, you ain't gonna get off that easy. I was in Gadsden Alabama for about three months in 1958, and he's not telling any lies. It was my first experience with deep southern segregationist views. A great morality tale told by a masterful and powerful writer about a very unique character.
About this story:
Andrew Davis and his young son were just out for some hunting on a cold, snowy Thanksgiving day in 1860. But that changed when they heard the angry voices coming from the slave church. Andrew went in to see if all was well... and it wasn't. And his life and his family's life would all be changed by what he saw and heard inside.
Note: This story is part of an unfinished novel. The next part is called
"A Christmas Story, 1860" and will be published in the future.