Soul Tool Review

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It’s difficult to adequately describe “Soul Tool.” On one hand, the book has classic elements of suspense and horror. On the other, it’s the kind of Southern Gothic Tennessee Williams might have written for Roger Corman at American International Pictures. Wait, here’s a better description: It’s like a “Tales From the Crypt” episode if the series had an NC-17 rating. There you go.

In “Soul Tool,” EG Lee tells the strange tale of the unlikely friendship between Ty, a black stud whose physical gifts are admired by all, and Will, the wimp who just doesn’t measure up. Through various hot, hot, hot and explicit developments, Ty is sent to prison and sentenced to die in the electric chair. However, it turns out that a descendant of Serge Voronoff — the doctor who grafted monkey testicles into humans in the 1920s — is conducting weird medical experiments at the prison and gives Will a very special organ transplant.

From then on, “Soul Tool” tears off full blast with a shocking and entertaining twist worthy of “The Thing With Two Heads” and “The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant” with a finger or two thrown in from “The Hands of Orlac.”

With “Soul Tool,” EG Lee defies the odds and whips out a winner. I can’t wait for the next book in this series.