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Title: I am Not a Serial Killer
Series: John Cleaver
Author: Dan Wells
Rating: 2.5 of 5 Stars
Format: Kindle Digital Edition
John Cleaver is a 15 year old boy with an obsession about serial killers. He is intelligent and convinced that because he shares X number of traits with the profile of a serial killer that he’ll become one.
Then a serial killer visits his town and begins a spree. John is fascinated while at the same time desiring to find, and stop, this killer. Can John be Dexter Jr and turn his weakness into strength?
This was disturbing, don’t think otherwise. While John might not have killed, he’s already convinced that he will and we get a first rate journey into his thought processes. His mind is a very unpleasant place.
Add in the fact that the serial killer turns out to be some kind of demon and this book was just a big bowl of disturbing covered in disturbing. Add in the fact that this is marketed and targeted to young adults and the disturbing level goes even higher.