Review of, Z-Motors, A Short Story by Terry Wright

“Z-motors” is unquestionably one of the best short stories I’ve read this year. Dean Zyla is a master motor mechanic with an unusual appetite. He has a shop full of workers who seem more intent on destroying the cars than fixing them.

Dean needs a new mechanic to keep the rabble in check, so he puts out an ad. Jim Lowry jumps at the chance to get back on the employment ladder and makes his way, with wife and daughter in tow, to the job interview.

What happens next is an uncompromising romp into the wonderful and horrific world of Terry Wright’s imagination. Terry keeps you hooked to the page and wanting more. The ending culminates in a rampaging torrent that doesn’t let you go. Not even when you’ve read the final word.

If you’re after a quick literary snack, with brains, then you’re in for a treat with this little corker.

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