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“Wells’s debut is an unabashedly gory gem. This deft mix of several genres features a completely believable teenage sociopath (with a heart of gold), dark humor, a riveting mystery, and enough description of embalming to make any teen squeamish, even if they won’t admit it. Buy multiples where it won’t be banned.”---Kirkus Reviews (starred review) on I Am Not a Serial Killer
I can only say that I hope there is more of these to come because it's really left open.
Wells has done a fine job of writing three books that can stand each stand on their own, but which together make a powerful coming-of-age story.
John Cleaver is a believable teenager who readers instantly love, and who's story readers will be sad to see come to an end (for now).
When I went into this book after the second one, I had no idea what to expect. Me and my girlfriend have been taking turns reading through these wonderful books, and there have... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gideon Wesley
If the first two books in this trilogy were “YA Dexter,” then this last book is “YA Criminal Minds.” The switch was a little jarring at first, but once the book settled in, it flew... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Neil Hepworth
Loved it! Loved the whole series, but I wish there was more books afterwards, or at least a more conclusive ending.Published 4 months ago by scruples513
Dan Wells knows how to create a novel filled with tension and excitement. There are many serial killer novels on the market today, and as a serial killer researcher, I can honestly... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Michelle S. Willms
Bought them for a friend.
I never read the series.
But, if your'e at this book, you've read the first one. You know the plot.
So this series comes to an end. As usual, the inner struggle of John is great to read. Loved the humor as well. But the end ....Published 7 months ago by Rena
GREAT BOOK.I LOVED THIS BOOK.YOUNG VERSION OF DEXTER WITH A SUPER-NATURAL TWIST.GREAT READ.I WOULD DEFINETELY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK TO PEOPLEPublished 8 months ago by K. Colvin