My Review of Death Metal by Armand Rosamilia

While the first twenty five pages were well written and readily drew me into the story, from that point on it appeared editing had been minimal at best. The story jumped from the present to the past throughout, but there were enough clues to let me know what portion I was in so kudos to the author for working hard at keeping what could have been a confusing story straight. I liked the central idea of a known author harboring a secret identity that suddenly jumps up and bites him in the ass. But I felt the twist at the end was not executed as well as it could have been. To me it seemed hurried, as if the author were in a rush to get this over with and move on. Overall it was a good read that could have been better.

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