A Killer Bore,
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This review is from: Lemur (Paperback)
Working at Lemuel's Family Restaurant as a busboy, Spencer dreams of nothing more than to be the next infamous serial killer. Instead of idols like Jesus or Gandhi or Martin Luther King Jr., his idols consist of Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy. He soon discovers that, while we may hold dreams for ourselves, life doesn't always turn out as we planned. As much as he wants to be a cunning murderer, he realizes it is not his cup of tea. Once a competing restaurant opens across the street, Spencer uses the opportunity to change the course of his life.
This story had a lot of potential and just didn't follow through. The book spent too much time on unimportant characters that went nowhere and not enough on the one character that could have and should have been great. I didn't hate it...and I really tried to get into the story and like it more, but it just wasn't happening.