Ill Will

Ill Will is absolutely not what I expected. It is essentially a book about separating history from mystery, an attempt to unravel the truth, not as a plucky podcast host dives into a historic crime, but as a person who slowly opens his eyes to his past. Narrative point of view shifts around wildly, and the subject matter moves from bad to gnarly on a whim. The end result was a book that left my mind fringed, worn, and matted.