#BookReview #Deity Matt Wesolowski @ConcreteKraken @OrendaBooks

Deity (Six Stories) by [Matt Wesolowski]
Source: Amazon Purchase

I am a MASSIVE fan of this series, it really blows my mind and Deity, the latest in the Six Stories series is one that is not to be missed!

Before I share my thoughts, here’s what the official blurb says:

A shamed pop star
A devastating fire
Six witnesses
Six stories
Which one is true?

When pop megastar Zach Crystal dies in a fire at his remote mansion, his mysterious demise rips open the bitter divide between those who adored his music and his endless charity work, and those who viewed him as a despicable predator, who manipulated and abused young and vulnerable girls.

Online journalist, Scott King, whose Six Stories podcasts have become an internet sensation, investigates the accusations of sexual abuse and murder that were levelled at Crystal before he died. But as Scott begins to ask questions and rake over old graves, some startling inconsistencies emerge: Was the fire at Crystal’s remote home really an accident? Are reports of a haunting really true? Why was he never officially charged?

Dark, chillingly topical and deeply thought-provoking, Deity is both an explosive thriller and a startling look at how heroes can fall from grace and why we turn a blind eye to even the most heinous of crimes…

My thoughts:

Just when you think Matt Wesolowski can’t get any darker, he manages to pull the rug from under your feet once more! He’s not afraid to take emotive and dark topics and turn them into a work of masterpiece that will leave you thinking long after you have turned the last page.

The whole Six Stories concept is just brilliant and it works perfectly as investigative journalist, Scott King, uses his podcast to cover the stories nobody else wants to touch.

In Deity, he explores power and control by the rich and famous, those with enough money to make anything…and anybody…disappear. With a storyline that is reminiscent of Michael Jackson, your head will be spinning as revelation after revelation is revealed, from the point of view of supporters of Zach Chrystal and from those who would do whatever they can to destroy him. Each story leaves you feeling even more unsure and uncertain as to whose narrative should be believed and twist after twist well and truly blows your mind.

Matt mixes crime, contemporary issues and adds his own unique brand of horror and suspense, providing a thought provoking but also super creepy read at all times. I’m always left wanting the next book immediately and I am not alone in hoping that this series runs for a very long time!

Deity is available to purchase from

Amazon UK

Amazon US

and all good bookstores

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