The Claws of Perdition

The Claws of Perdition Alaric Cabiling s Redefining Darkness wasn t supposed to follow his debut collection of short fiction Insanity By Increments along the same trajectory Redefining Darkness was different contemporary

  • Title: The Claws of Perdition
  • Author: Alaric P. Cabiling
  • ISBN: 9781532328213
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Paperback
  • Alaric Cabiling s Redefining Darkness wasn t supposed to follow his debut collection of short fiction, Insanity By Increments, along the same trajectory Redefining Darkness was different, contemporary, suitably darker, suitably out of the ordinary This March of 2017, Author Alaric Cabiling attempts to fuse classical literature with contemporary language and settingsAlaric Cabiling s Redefining Darkness wasn t supposed to follow his debut collection of short fiction, Insanity By Increments, along the same trajectory Redefining Darkness was different, contemporary, suitably darker, suitably out of the ordinary This March of 2017, Author Alaric Cabiling attempts to fuse classical literature with contemporary language and settings, in the form of his third collection of stories The Claws of Perdition The Claws of Perdition takes the chess match short story template and fuses it with spell binding action and tighter plot lines to sustain the reader s interest Subtle at times, brutal in others, The Claws of Perdition finds Alaric Cabiling s trademark dark fiction at its darkest Experience the Claws of Perdition

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    About “Alaric P. Cabiling

    • Alaric P. Cabiling

      Originally from Balti, MD, Cabiling is an avid fan of short fiction and has lived in Richmond, Va for the past 13 years A depression patient, Cabiling has sought to shed light on the devastating effects of the condition and the relative lack of understanding that complicates relationships between loved ones and patients suffering from the illness His 2009 collection of poetry, The Darkest Day, published by Praenomen Press of Richmond, Va in limited quantities, chronicles his own experiences with depression and is a bright example of how the arts can provide therapeutic value during the recovery period Email him at alaric dot cabiling at gmail dot com



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    • In The Claws of Perdition Alaric Cabiling crafts a collection of stories that seem at once both distant and intimate. While the style is a change from his earlier collections the darkness remains. Perhaps one difference in the representation of darkness here is that there are more external aspects rather than primarily the internal darkness within every person. That personal darkness is still present but is also accompanied by external forces as well, such as, for example, an assassin versus an [...]


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