Time Killer

Time Killer by Todd Thiede on Amazon

Time Killer by Todd Thiede

After reading the first few pages of “Time Killer,” it was difficult to keep reading. The dialogue seems unnatural¬† and the writing comes across as forced. I liked the concept of a serial killer getting even with people for wasting his time, so I stayed with it, and I’m glad I did.

There are scenes where the author’s talent really shows through. For instance, the brief encounter between the two women, Jesse and Melissa, is very well written. I was hoping to see them get together again.

I think a quick run through with a good copy editor would have helped this book immensely. There were a lot of places where commas were needed and the lack of contractions isn’t realistic.

I will take the time to read the author’s next book though, I think it will be fun to watch his growth.

About the author

JimsGotWeb

I write short stories, love to travel, install auto glass, and collect Beatles memorabilia.

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