The Sinner

The Sinner

Title:The Sinner
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780984978212
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:First Edition

A lone farmer is chosen by God to test the boundaries of sin. Isolated in a cave with only a candle, quill and parchment, the farmer is burdened by awakening each day within a predetermined encounter with one of the seven deadly sins and their associated demons. This chilling novel is the translation of those encounters, and the ending will leave you shocked!First Place Winner of the 2010 Royal Palm Literary Award - Horror/Dark Fantasy Unpublished Novel


    The Sinner Reviews

  • Tyler

    I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised by this one. As a fan of the classical period of horror and the narrative style that seems to be lost within an influx of mainstream horror stories, I fou...

  • Mark Scioneaux

    An incredible first novel:As a writer, I am not jealous of others. I craft my own tales and don't begrudge others and their works. THE SINNER is the first book I've read where I am truly jealous I did...

  • Tolerance Pain

    Oh snap! The last sentence kicks ass!"My name is ____________"I was blindsided by those four words. Kudos!...

  • Stephanie

    Great classically written story with a narrative prose format. The reviews that I read were correct, this greatly reminds me of Dante's Inferno. Just like Dante's tale, you feel great sadness for the ...

  • Greg Leaping

    I won a free copy of this book through Goodreads Giveaways. As I first started reading this book The Sinner by author K. Trap Jones I didn't know quite what to think. Its unlike any book I've read be...

  • Stuart

    A very dark and classically written horror story. Everything is reminiscent of the old world style of narrative verse formatting. The author weaves a tale through the seven deadly sins and really tran...

  • Christopher Randis

    Whoa! The ending of this one had me questioning my sanity. A rollercoaster ride of emotions and then the WTF moment happens at the end. A little difficult to read at the beginning due to the format (v...

  • Benjamin Ethridge

    Beautifully written epic poem with a engaging, violent narrative that builds with every sin. Highly recommended....

  • Distantgreyghost

    A great, dark narrative story with a surprising end....

  • Maurice Williams

    This is an unusual novel. It is classified as a horror story. The Florida Writer’s Association has awarded this book first prize. K. Trap Jones has previously written about one-hundred short stories...