The Prince's Parish

  • Title: The Prince's Parish
  • Author: Joshua Robertson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Prince s Parish Edgar left his grandfather s sheep farm to become a curate at Arterbury Castle He had expected a disciplined life with rigorous studies but instead his spirit is tested by his sinful peers When death
    Edgar left his grandfather s sheep farm to become a curate at Arterbury Castle He had expected a disciplined life with rigorous studies, but instead his spirit is tested by his sinful peers When death knocks at the church door, Edgar must decide whether or not he has what it takes to survive.

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    About Joshua Robertson


    1. You may recognize him as the dude whose dragons were said to destroy George R.R Martin s and Christopher Paolini s dragons in a very biased Twitter poll His first novel, Melkorka, was released in 2015, and he has been writing fantasy fiction like clockwork ever since Known most for his Thrice Nine Legends Saga, Robertson enjoys an ever expanding and extremely loyal following of readers Joshua Robertson is the CEO of Crimson Edge Press, the Goblin King from the Goblin Horde on YouTube, and a bestselling author in dark fantasy Robertson is a Licensed Master Social Worker, who received his degree from Wichita State University He has worked with children and families for the past fifteen years in a variety of unique venues a residential behavior school, a psychiatric treatment facility, and the child welfare system He has functioned as a supervisor, an educator, a behavior specialist, and a therapist during his career Mr Robertson has presented trainings for hundreds of professionals and military personnel on topics that include child abuse and neglect, human trafficking, strengthening the parent and child relationships, and the neurobiological impact of trauma.He currently lives in North Carolina with his better half and his horde of goblins.


    207 Comments


    1. A creepy little tale that is well developed. Young Edgar is sent to the Prince's Parish to be a curate but instead encounters murder. This is a well-written, compelling story with an unexpected though logical twist at the end.

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    2. A wicked little taleI've come to appreciate the author's work and this tale was no different, a dark short story with a dose black humour to boot.

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    3. ughh a very scary short story which i read straight through till i remembered to breath!! very macabre being thrilled by seeing the light go out of a person's eyes as though by magic when instead it happened through death!! Joshua Robertson has a real sense for the macabre.

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    4. Shades of Mr. Poe!I chose this book for the title alone. I was totally unprepared for what waited for me behind it.In the very beginning, I felt that this was a story about a young man finding his place in life. Edgar is orphaned and seeking a life within the church. He is an earnest boy who tries very hard to do as he is told. At first there are three boys who are pledged to the church. Then there is an incident where one of them dies a horrible death at the hands of the boy Thomas. It is decla [...]

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    5. Edgar is one of a trio of young boys, all recently arrived at Arterbury Castle, all to serve the local priesthood. But it isn't long before tragedy strikesThe Priest's Parish is a short and simple story but told with great effectiveness. Many of the descriptions used give a very strong sense of the time & place. It's nicely paced and it progresses to what feels like an inevitable conclusion.It's also a claustrophobic story, with the events confined to the one parish building and with a limit [...]

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    6. This short story packs quite a *gasp* punch! Well worth a read, but be prepared!

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    7. A good quick read. What happens when a sweet and righteous boy learns about the harsh realities of life and man? A coming of age or a twisting of the spirit?

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