Isosceles draws the short straw when he picks up the pizza delivery for the mysterious tower block. He ignores the warning signs in the lobby and continues up to a whole heap of trouble. He isn’t the only one who falls for the lies that entice people into the tower of doom, the evidence is littered in the lift.
When I first picked this book up I assumed from the cover that it would be a simple ghost story. I was wrong, there’s nothing simple or familiar about the story. It is unique, full of depth, and compelling. Even though it is a novella there’s plenty of meat within to sink your teeth into. The characters are realistic, funny, and charming, and the description is enough to get a clear picture of the setting but not too much that you drown in it. I think Keith has a real strength when it comes to developing characters; plenty of flaws, human traits, and a realistic language and dialect.
I am hoping to see this story develop into a series.