Author: Ryan Suvaal
Genre: Thriller/Psychological thriller
Seventeen gruesome killings across the United States, within a span of six months and there is one clear connection among victims. They were all writers.
While media is decorating the murders with sensationalist stories, and law enforcement is playing catch-up, the homicidal maniac remains elusive and secretive.
Things get very interesting, when one day she decides to appear on an internet talk show for an honest fireside chat.
|“But when you did not respect me as a reader, WHY SHOULD I RESPECT YOU AS A WRITER?”
I rarely read short stories or books these days but when I was asked to review this short book, I read the blurb and instantly felt compelled to try and read it.
I literally finished this book within an hour, yes! Its so short. But it is equally mysterious with a unique story. Though, I wish it would have been more longer and detailed. When the story ended, I was craving for more.
Fireside chat with a Grammer nazi serial killer might sound a weird and big name for a short story but please don’t go on the title. Like literally.
But then I start noticing typos, comma splices, sentence sprawls, lack of parallelisms in sentence structures, overuse of commas or a complete lack of them. These gaffes just fuel my fire.
I bet if the author would have written a full novel on this plot, it would have turned out so good. Atleast, thats just my opinion. You all can disagree or agree.