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Dexter in the Dark, lacks character development, and in my opinion a plot.
So I suggest if you liked the first 2 books, just skip this one, and go on to the 4th, after all it can't be as bad as this one.
I read the Dexter books because they portray a side of humanity that most of us do not and can not comprehend.
Although moderately entertaining, this third Dexter installment is far inferior to the earlier two books. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Robert Amsel
Dexter is the serial killer with a heart and a code he follows - only bad people get his wrath - you'll love his sense of humor too.Published 12 days ago by Suzanne OKelly
I am a book series collector and I just had to complete my book collection I had the first and did not relize it was the same as the series on Showtime I loved the showPublished 28 days ago by Bonita D Hines
Great, gripping, series! Writing is amazingly detailed and brings you into another place and time. Closely mirrors tv series, but not exactly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lori Peterson
This book is more psychological than the other books in this series. It explores what the Dark Passenger is and where it came from. This is the best Dexter book yet.Published 1 month ago by Lori Nagel
A follow up to the book that sparked the popular show - it is certainly readable, and parts of the plot lines and wit can be found in the series, but it isn't something that a fan... Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. A. Snow
This one book was part of series of Dexter books that were part of a birthday present for my son. He is enjoying them all.Published 1 month ago by Gary Van Etten
A must read for anyone who watched the TV series. The characters go in a different direction, which makes it just as interesting!Published 1 month ago by John S.
Having followed the TV series, I wanted to read the books upon which the TV series was based. As with most book-series connections, you can see. Read morePublished 2 months ago by needler