His father might have nurtured him to be a killer but a part of him still fought to be otherwise. Because he chose to fight despite everything his father has taught him.
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The details of the murders were also disturbing and it kinda scared me thinking that there were people who could actually think of doing those things. But nonetheless, I loved the book!
The plot, the characters and everything else was written perfectly. Although I completely agree that some bits were highly disturbing too. This is now my high standard which other thrillers have to live up to. Like Liked by 1 person. Like Like. You are commenting using your WordPress.
You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. As of right now, there's not much to report —although "Dexter" writer Arika Mittman is on tap to develop the script, which means that the dark and gritty source material is in very good hands. But with a career-making lead role up for grabs, we're thinking that some of Hollywood's best young men are looking ripe to be stalked Have you read "I Hunt Killers"?
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And all my best friends on here know I have this…. And, for whatever reason, this book brought that dream back.
So I was a little apprehensive about finishing-I mean, I knocked over a lamp and broke the bulb in the middle of the night…not exactly an ideal scenario nor does it make me seem like a sane person. Here, think of it like this: I wake up? And then they slowly reach for me. Weird as it may be, I think the idea that Jazz felt like someone was watching him got to me. That is why I am waiting until next week to start book two-I want to be well-rested.
I already miss Jazz. Sad face.
With a serial killer for a father, a senile, mentally insane grandmother and a mom he has fleeting memories of, I expected him to be a whole lot more messed up than what he was. A story centered on the son of one of the most horrific serial killers in history? Like crawling on the floor army-style with a kitchen knife; it's distressing, really - but her delusions are priceless. This rawness - it gives a convincing portrayal of a teenage killer's son's story. What sets this novel apart from all the other paint-by-numbers mysteries is that Jazz is an incredibly complex, believable character. Pingback: April Reading List Update 1 the fun in reading books. A great psychological thriller and mystery.
Because my Anna Banana said Jazz is like Cassel. Stay up to date on our latest book posts.
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Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Jasper "Jazz" Dent is a likable teenager. A charmer, one might say. And now bodies are piling up in Lobo's Nod.
Jazz was afraid of two things in the world, and two things only. One of them was that people thought that his upbringing meant that he was cursed by nature, nurture, and predestined to be a serial killer like his father.
The second thing…was that they were right. It was a beautiful day.