Birdy 90: The Disciple of Many Faces
"Let there be darkness,” the disciple said. He pierced the wretch’s eyes, and it was good.
The wretch cried out in pain.
“Let there be silence."
The disciple, never seen twice with the same visage, loosed the wretch’s tongue with a slash, and it was good.
"Let your nature be to crawl on your belly and eat dust."
The disciple, who was sometimes tall and sometimes short — but always...More
Joshua Viola is a Denver Post bestselling author, four-time Colorado Book Award finalist, and the owner of Hex Publishers.