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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Book Review: Sixtus by Tim Kizer

By Tim Kizer
Publisher:Amazon Digital Services
Format: e-book
Source: author

“Are you going to just lie there and waste the precious time?”

Zack is a lonely 15-year old who seems to only have one true friend, Jeremy. Jeremy is a mystery to the reader. Is he an imaginary friend or is he linked to Zack’s extra digit that mysteriously grew back after Zack’s parents had it removed? Either way, Jeremy is not a good influence. Zach does everything that Jeremy tells him to do. Now Jeremy has decided that Zack needs to murder his parents and then go find some doctor that Jeremy has it out for.

While I know this is a short story, I really wanted more from the character of Zack in terms of character building. Creep factor is high and the gruesome details that are interjected make up for some of the negatives in the storyline. In true Kizer fashion the ending with surprise you.