Fireside Chat With A Grammar Nazi Serial Killer by Ryan Suvaal

“But when you did not respect me as a reader, WHY SHOULD I RESPECT YOU AS A WRITER?”


Seventeen gruesome killings across the United States, within the spam 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 for an honest fireside chat.

My Review

I was asked to review this novella and I was like sure why not?! Lol I didn’t have to ask for a copy of it for I have unlimited kindle, something a book reader should consider in subscribing. If you want. I’m not pressuring you.

Any who, this is a short novella of a serial killer who basically kills writers that has grammatical errors in their book. I hope there isn’t someone like that in real life because I’m not really perfect with my writing and I know I be dead lol. It kept me on edge and I wanted to know more about this Nazi Grammar killer. Who is she? How did it happen? Why why’s the purpose? Who does it benefit? Doesn’t she care for their significant others? And even though she gave us some answers of why she does it, I feel like there’s more to what she lead on.

The beginning of the story was already an attention grabber. Someone was already under the hands of the Nazi Grammar Killer and it made me think of the movie, Saw. It has that kind of vibe if you are looking for.

A very fast pace and entertaining novella that won’t take much of your time to read. I give it 3.5 stars because it still felt like the author could have made it longer and gave more depth of how the Nazi Grammar works. It’s kind of vague of how exactly she does it and details are important here!

If you have unlimited kindle then check it out! If not, it’s only $.99. It really won’t take much of your time reading it and it can’t help you get out of your reading slump or funk.

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