book review, fiction

A Confession by William F Aicher

A life laid bare. A captive audience. It’s confession time.

A man reveals details of his life to another, but can he be trusted?

This is a very ambitious novel. Writing in second person is always difficult, and the problem of keeping the reader engaged is magnified with a book written completely in second person perspective. In this regard, the author is successful, and I applaud his accomplishment.

Unfortunately, I expected more from the plot. The development of the main character is solid, and the writing is strong, but I thought the revelations would provide a bigger punch.

If you are looking for an unusual character study, than this is the book for you.

I award A Confession

A Confession is available for $5.44 ebook and $15.99 print book on Amazon.


Read my review of William F Aicher’s first Phoenix Bones mystery novel, Undead as a Doornail.

And his nonfiction book, How to Sell More Books on Amazon.

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