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Book Review: Scorn Kills
Where to start with this one? Fun? Yup, Suzi has captured that one. Suspenseful? Yup, got that one too. Interesting? That makes a home run in my book. Pokes at the rule? Knocks it clear out of the ballpark.
Even though this one is a shorter work, less than 100 pages according to the Amazon sale page, Suzi does a fantastic job packing in so much story you don’t realize it. Fast paced, so the pages fly by, with enough twists and turns the depth in the story makes it feel about four times as big as it is.
The characters are all solidly developed, and I know there were several times I was a bit skittish about turning around to see just who was lurking over my shoulder. Thankfully, it was just the cats. If it had been a person, I might have had to repair a wall or two. The character development definitely brings the individuals in this work to full life. And, not in a Frankenstein way.
There isn’t much world building needed, as this is set in almost any modern city. With that said, Suzi continues weaving her magic to take you to the city where this is set.
Without giving anything away that’s not already in the description, I can honestly say that Suzi had a wonderful story that starts and ends at the same place, and leaves you wondering if poor Bill even stood a chance to get out while he could.
Definitely something I look forward to going back and revisiting again and again for a 5 out of 5 stars. Well done Suzi!