“Fireside Chat with a Grammar Nazi Serial Killer” Book Review | Scary Psychology issues!
Author: Ryan Suvaal
Number of Pages: 23 pages
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.
Grammar Nazi is a really strong word but all of us have been through times when we just couldn’t stand some grammatical mistake! Most of the times the bother is kept to ourselves but sometimes things get too much and you end up blurting it out!
Our main protagonist here goes a step forward, given her absolute disgust with incorrect grammar in novels. She goes on to literally kill them! Woah!! That is scary! What was also interesting was the concept of the dark net and her coming over for the interview, which by the way, totally reminded me of the story ‘Death By Crowd’ from Time Crawlers.
The interview is quite interesting and even though I have never considered killing any author, I must admit that it causes annoyance and shift of focus when there are editing and proof-reading mistakes in a book, especially when it is a story that you were really enjoying till then.
Overall, this can be given a read if you are looking for a quickie with a twist in it!
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