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Chris Hewiitt’s “Prisoners” Review Is Brilliant

In response to Chris Hewitt (St. Paul)’s 443‑word review of Prisoners on St. Paul Pioneer Press

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Chris Hewitt’s latest creation, “The Prisoners’ review: Twisty and thrilling but thought-provoking, too”, will leave you breathless and at the edge of your seat. It’s a modern Hitchcock-esque tale of intrigue, and you don’t want to miss it.

The opening statement is shocking, horrific and might possibly make your hair turn white. Chris Hewitt hooks the reader with a wallop of a punch, and leads us down a frightful road. It’s not the words that one should be afraid of, they are honorable and true, but the content of the film which proves dastardly and devious.

The tension reaches its peak as Hewitt teases the reader with brilliant insight into plot descriptions and questions of the main characters. This is a maze of thought brought to you by a great film mind.

Hewitt poses questions to the reader that will scare some away, but other brave souls will let the insight swirl in the curious mind and carry these touching remarks with them through the day.

Twisty and thrilling is a modern classic and one crisp literary thriller. Chris Hewitt has broken new ground and his unrelenting style captures the essence of the film, and will undoubtedly be a favorite among valiant review readers.    

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