This week’s six comes from my upcoming novel, The Glass Man.
“You are a hearty thing,” the Glass Man said in that amused tone he always used. He sauntered out from behind a tree, wearing a dark grey suit. A grey silk tie painted a shining line down a matching shirt. His wavy hair had been pulled back and secured with a black ribbon.
I’d never seen him dressed up. In another life—one where he wasn’t a murderous sociopath—I might have thought him beautiful, but at that moment, he looked like cancer wearing an Armani.
Coming October 15, 2011
18 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday – The Glass Man”
Just … awesome.
That is all. 🙂
The most horrible, evil bad guy ever and you make him ‘hot’. Geeeeez. 😉
Hehehe … what’s wrong with hot evil guys? 😀
Well done! Such strong imagery and feeling. Super six!
Hey, thanks so much!
Fantastic six! Well done.
Sorry, I feel like an idiot, I thought it hadn’t worked the first time. Sorry everyone. Great work though!
Great 6! Loved the ending… “cancer wearing an Armani”! Great descriptive stuff!
So glad you liked it. It’s one of my favorite evil guy scenes in the book.
Oooh, deceptively stylish. Nice.
Oh, this is so good. I can’t wait to read this when it releases. Your prose is just stunning.
Gives me chills. Love it when evil wears a pretty face.
Oh wow. Is it wrong that I really like him? Cause I do.
I love that like “Cancer wearing Armani” really gives you a sense of the character’s feelings towards him!
Oh, what a great phrase that is: “cancer wearing Armani” = awesome!
In that description, I immediately thought of the devil on the roadside… then the next paragraph confirmed it 😉 Great job!