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THE FACEBOOK KILLER: Part 2 by [Stewart, ML]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 268 KB
  • Print Length: 100 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005MGRKBY
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 83 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #42,787 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A book which I read over a weekend. Not as in depth as it could be and it turns out 'all too easy' for the killer. However though, like the first part, I flowed through it so simply and it was a joy to read. A bit more tension & a few twists and turns would earn the book a few more stars from me!

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.
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I felt somewhat bullied into buying Part 2 and have just discovered it is now cheaper than it was a few days ago. I agree with another reviewer who stated that it felt short...but I still had to get it!

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

Read on!!
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Having read and reviewed part 1 of this 2-part book, the book is a little gruesome in parts, but overall is a thoroughly entertaining read.

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 :)
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I was gripped with the first Facebook Killer and was very relieved to find there was a part 2 and downloaded it to my Kindle immediately. I hadn't anticipated that The Facebook Killer wouldn't conclude with this book so I found myself on tenterhooks right up to the end. I enjoyed where the story went in Part 2, especially the trip to Pakistan, however I still don't really understand what happened to Adrian Devoy (I get what happened at the end, but must have missed the reference to the Virginia creeper) and wondered if I skipped a page. A good read all the same with some good twists and turns. It was also an unexpected twist to find that the characters were not always dark and sinister and did show some compassion (the journalists mother) and it is always nice to read a book that is grammatically well written!
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If you've read my review of the first book then you won't be suprised to read how much I loved this book, number two in the series. The story just gets better and better, the main character's (all 3 of him, you'll understand when you've read it!) spiral into a deep psychological killer's mindset is so well described it seems natural and completely believable. I never thought I would feel sympathetic towards a serial killer but somehow ML Stewart managed to get me to! I read this trilogy in one wet weekend and did nothing else, highly recommended. THE FACEBOOK KILLER: Part 2
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By D. Jones #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 14 Oct. 2011
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I loved The Facebook Killer part 1 - it was gritty, fast paced and unique. Part 2 is also a really good book but just slightly behind the brilliance of the first one.

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.
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Read the first part as a freebie from kindle. Got hooked on the story, and just HAD to buy part two which turned out to be just as readable and thrilling as the first. I'm just about to download part three......watch this space.
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