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Dexter's Final Cut by [Lindsay, Jeff]
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4.1 out of 5 stars 62 customer reviews

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Dexter's Final Cut is one of the best of Jeff Lindsay's novels. (GOOD BOOK GUIDE)

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Global bestseller Dexter returns in another wickedly twisted tale of Miami lowlife, this time, under the bright lights of a Hollywood film crew.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1696 KB
  • Print Length: 370 pages
  • Publisher: Orion (5 Sept. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CM9CK4G
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 62 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #75,432 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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My favourite since "Darkly Dreaming Dexter". Great plot and full of the trademark wit and observations that make the Dexter series so much fun. The storyline is a little slow moving in places but, there are a lot of nice twists and surprises to keep you guessing and a very shocking ending.

My only fault is the villain was a little obvious, despite the red herrings throw in there and I would have liked a bit of expansion on the motives and hints dropped about a certain character that aren't followed up on.
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I loved the whole Dexter series, on TV and the books but this one was so unbelievably awful, I'm quite angry it ended this way! I literally can’t think of one good thing to say about it! Dexter comes full circle and turns into the most awful character and I hated him all the way through. Dexter and Rita buy a new house, and in order to pay for extra house things, Dexter agrees to be a sort of body guard to a beautiful film star who has a stalker.
The “bad guy” in this book is supposed to be a mystery all the way through to the end but it was painfully obvious who it was right from the beginning. I didn’t enjoy this book at all, and really I only read it because I had read the 6 others and couldn’t exactly stop at the last book. I was SO disappointed with the ending, which was even worse than the ending of the TV series which is really saying something. I wouldn’t recommend this at all but as I had enjoyed the rest of the books so much I felt like I needed to read them all.
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As with the other books, the stories depart quite a bit from what we've seen on TV. In this final book, Dexter gets the acting bug and becomes besotted with the leading lady to the point of planning to leave Rita (yes, she's still alive in the book) Unfortunately for Dex, all his chickens come home to roost by the end of the story. I was a bit disappointed because I'm still rooting for Dexter to make a comeback both on tv and in print. And I'm still hoping that somewhere in the Canadian outbacks there's a bearded lorry driver who has an unhealthy part-time hobby involving M99, a fillet knife, a butcher's apron, shrink wrap and a large amount of plastic sheeting .......... Goodbye Dexter, gone but not forgotten xx
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Dexters final cut starts out fantastically, all the trademark traits that made the series so captivating are present as Dexter returns to form, sadly though this tails of and Dexter the dum of the mid-series books makes a few returns ignoring his dark passenger and ultimately setting up the somewhat disappointing ending.

Its not the worst in the series by a long way, just a slight let down. A predictable ending "twist" and just left me wanting a bit more of a final conclusion.
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I've always found the Dexter books a bit hit and miss (all too often within the same volume) but this one is consistently entertaining, and despite having a wholly guessable villain and motive (if you don't twig it at once you're really not paying attention) this somehow doesn't detract from the fun to be had along the way. As has been said in another review here, if this turns out to be the final Dexter book, it's a far better ending than the TV series. Unexpectedly satisfying.
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Didn't like this book. It was as though the author was tired of the character or under instructions from elsewhere. Nothing like the same Dexter from the previous books. Not greatly recommended, sorry gets a thumbs down.
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I had eagerly awaited this (final?) Dexter book. I was sorely disappointed. I actually was able to predict the plot. It had started off so well but became unbelievable 'a Dexter with feelings' unthinkable! The ending was unsatisfactory but leaves it open for another if Mr Lindsay changes his mind. For this book to be the last in the series strikes me as a sad ending?
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By SBno1 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 21 Jan. 2014
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If you have watched the Hard Way with Michael J Fox and James Woods, then the start of this book may feel a little familiar to you. 2 TV celebrities join the Miami Metro for a ride along to familiarise themselves with police and forensic procedures, but somewhere along the line Dexter gets dragged in to start babysitting the lead female role when murder victims are thought to bear a close resemblance to her. This of course interferes with his nocturnal hobby, but having had a taste of the celebrity life Dexter starts to believe he could leave his old life behind and start anew.

Not one of the best Dexter books and it dragged a little in some places, but not one to be missed from the series. A couple of minor formatting errors here and there, but that didn't really effect the read.
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