Evinall


Fiction - Crime
261 Pages
Reviewed on 10/24/2020
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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

Evinall is a work of fiction in the thriller, crime, and horror subgenres, and was penned by author Adam Witkowski. Written for adult reading audiences, the work does contain the use of explicit language, scenes of graphic violence, and scenes of a sexual nature. This gruesome and suspenseful tale takes place in Boston, where we find ourselves in the company of the innovative and philanthropic Dr. Nero Karlin. Having created the amazing titular drug Evinall to cure addiction, the affluent doctor secretly gives in to his own addiction to bloodlust by ridding the world of those he sees as criminals. So begins the thrilling tale of a vigilante hero for the modern age.

Author Adam Witkowski goes full guts, full glory in this inventive and atmospheric take on the crimefighter genre, brought bang up to date for modern audiences to enjoy. I admired the fact that the work was not afraid to be visceral and graphic in the amount of violence that its proposed hero commits, creating interesting questions about good and evil as the story goes along. The more we get to know Nero and explore the medical science fiction elements of the work, the more realistic and disturbing the piece becomes. This conceptual framework is delivered alongside high-octane action scenes, clever banter in the dialogue presentation, and a plot structure that keeps you hanging on by the fingernails to see what happens next. Overall, I would highly recommend Evinall for fans of the horror side of superhero thrillers, and those seeking a great start to a promising new series.