given by the author for review
What would you do? Could you kill a killer? Does the death of one appease the deaths of a hundred? What if you had no choice? Meet Sin, no, not that kind of sin, but Sin, crazy as a loon and proud of it. He has a problem...Flip and catch...
I've never been a fan of books written in the first person. I like to know what everyone is thinking, not just the main character. This book could not have been written any other way but in the first person. I did not like the character of Sin much at the beginning of the story. Slowly, over the course of many pages, I found myself sympathizing with him.
Several people have compared Shaun Allan to Alfred Hitchcock. I agree 100%. This is a psychological roller coaster ride that would have made Mr. Hitchcock proud. I can almost hear Rod Serling's voice "Sin Matthews, another traveller through The Twilight Zone."
Shaun Allan is a masterful storyteller. His words captivated and entranced me throughout the book. I look for more from this author.