Only forgotten

Zakerny was a bad man. As in truly, maliciously evil. Zakerny went to hell, obviously. But hell may not be what Zakerny thought all along. This is his tale…

An interesting take on an oft-pondered subject. The main character basks in his wickedness, but suffers for his ignorance and pride. Easily and smoothly, the reader is taken on a tour through hell, but not one that would be recognizable to most. Yet, there are terrors yet to be discovered, and a fate perhaps more agonizing and sublime. For where there is no forgiveness, all that is left is to forget…
Donald White

You can read the full story for free on Babel SF.
The story can also be found in the Hell anthology by James Ward Kirk.

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