Chapter 9 of Magician’s Misfortune

Gustave Dore's depiction of what some call the most sympathetic treatment of the devil, John Milton's "Paradise Lost"

Gustave Dore’s depiction of what some call the most sympathetic serious treatment of the devil, John Milton’s “Paradise Lost”

It’s “Empathy for the devil” in chapter 9 of Magician’s Misfortune as Harry Eberhardt, demon slayer for the Office of Occult Affairs, finds out why having three empaths on the same case is a bad idea. Though he takes a fall for one of them at the end of the chapter!

Magician’s Misfortune is my weekly serial about the misadventures of Harry as he copes with a challenging assignment while trying to navigate his professional and personal troubles. A new chapter comes out every Friday morning. If you’ve not been reading it, you can start at the beginning.

About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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