Crematorium by R.R. Sechi
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Review: CREMATORIUM by R. R. Sechi
I picked this for the description, which intrigued. The theme is well-constructed: funeral director gone greedy sets up a clandestine operation with a transplant surgeon, turns a blind eye, and lines his pockets. Then the horror segment sets in: the unadvised recipients, whose parents have all paid out enormous sums to get their offspring off the waiting list, each develop a sudden new "talent."
Some grammatical errors [mostly transposition of characters' names] was somewhat distracting, but on the whole, an enjoyable and gratifyingly scary read, with an intriguing theme and several good (gory) scenes.
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