Popsicle Styx, by John T Biggs. A gripping psychological tale.

Popsicle Styx by John T Biggs

Once you get used to the author’s unusual way of writing dialogue, Popsicle Styx will engage and keep you reading to the very end. An intriguing glimpse into the mind of a Choctaw prison chaplain, who tries to offer solace and redemption to prisoners as they wait to walk the mile to their fate, while battling with his own faith-based conflicts, weaves a compelling tale. It is filled with darkness, mystery, magic, thrills, and multi-dimensional characters, some of whom we also get to know a little more intimately than we might be comfortable with in reality. I enjoyed this well-written book and look forward to reading more from John T Biggs.

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