‘Three Friends’ By E. A. Rohrmoser

Adam, Lilith and Samael take time off from their indoctrination at The Tree of Knowledge, to spend an afternoon experiencing the melancholic yearnings and sparing joys of human emotion, during the final days of a friendship meant to be torn by their own mythological destinies.

“Three Friends” is a self-standing short story contained within the narrative of “Sons of Adam”, a novel about a writer journeying through the surreal darkness of love, family and faith in a timeless world populated by characters from Judeo-Christian mythology.

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