A strange but compelling novella that offers only the bare number of answers in posing an array of mystifying questions, Jeffrey Thomas' Subject 11 might be considered overly complicated by some and deftly intriguing by others. This reader fell somewhere in between, truly appreciating the overall mystery, but having trouble accepting the many short-cuts required to buy into the story fully. (For example, just how idiotic people could be when prompted with a wad of cash.)
Recommended to those looking for a quick but thought-provoking read.
3 Last Confessions for Subject 11.