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THE FACEBOOK KILLER: Part 2 Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I know money talks, but it's unlikely one man, who is a banker by trade, could simply become a perfect serial killer overnight.
In summary; I'd recommend this book & I think anyone will enjoy it unless they're really picky and serious about the storyline.
With more help from his eastern European friends, his payout and a little blackmail, Dermott Madison continues his quest in finding and punishing those he feels are responsible for the murder of his family. Specifically, Hamid, who was found not guilty of the murders. Every person who is close to him will suffer!
I have to admit that in the midst of all the savagery, I did kind of feel sorry for the guy and although it felt wrong to empathise with him...I just couldn't help it.
Dermott's ability to glean people's details from Facebook is terrifying.
I'm still squirming at the twins :O
It's written in the style of from the killer's perspective, so you have some empathy towards his reasons for doing what he did. The use of the 'characters' was brilliant and made the reason feel like they knew each of the personalities, which I found very clever, given that they were only made of latex!
Yes, the plot is a bit far-fetched in places, but it does make you think about how much information is actually out there in the public domain of the internet that could be used for malicious gain.
Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed the writing style of ML Stewart, and am just about to tuck into his new book, The Sunday Club. Thoroughly recommended read :)
I enjoyed the interaction between the characters (even if they were not technically real) and their further descent into madness and bizarre behaviour. Even though I empathised with the reasons that originally drove Dermott Madison towards this path I also wanted him to stop before it became too late to save what was left of his sanity. I also cringed at his actions towards the 'apples' but without them there wouldn't have been a story in the first place.
Part 2 is every bit as gory as part 1, possibly even more so and a sensible person would question the reality of Madison being able to commit such crimes with no previous criminal background. However, I tend to take a book at face value and just enjoy the story for what it is.
This is not a long or complex sequel; I think it is probably a little shorter in length than part 1. However, it is a great thriller and if you are tolerant of some disturbing scenes, you will find this to be an engaging read.
I will certainly be looking out for further books by M L Stewart and I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is a fan of gruesome thriller.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Second part in the series, had to buy it after reading the first, good bookPublished 1 month ago by Mr. R. Smith
So much better and can't wait for the third.
Amazing read. Yet again what would you do?
Down loading third now.
ended up buying all the books and all were brilliant. Read the first which is free and see what I mean. Great story line and well writtenPublished 18 months ago by Ms. J. P. Matthews
Ooooooh he's at it again!
Creepy and gorey torture and murder - nice!