on 1 March 2012
Faintly (only faintly, mind) reminiscent of Lovecraft's 'The Statement of Randolph Carter', 'The Demon Seer' is told in the first person narrative of the unnamed titular character. He sees demons, and it bothers him. What bothered me was the need for a little editing, although Robertson's formatting does pass muster and this earns the piece a third star. He's hit on a nice concept too, but one that could use a little tinkering and fleshing out. The good news is this story will not eat up too much of your time and there were one or two inspired flashes of description.