The book Dear Killer is by Katherine Ewell and it's about Kit, a girl who has a part-time job as the most notorious serial killer in London.
When I say it like that, it kind of seems campy. But trust me, this book definitely isn't.
This book was intense. I finished reading it in February and I'm still not over how intense it was wow.
|Me before/during/after reading Dear Killer|
Here are reasons why YOU (yes you) should read this book when it comes out.
It has serial killers. This probably just makes me seem really creepy/crazy but serial killers really fascinate me and Ewell did a great job of getting into that mindset and writing believable murders and motives and ways to kill people and it was just really fascinating to read.
|i'm not crazee i sware|
(I mean this in the nicest way possible) It made me feel very dirty while reading it because of all the talk of "Morals don't exist, let's kill people" was actually kinda plausible and intelligent in its debate.
The plot. This book was addicting and intense, and definitely not a beach read so read this when you feel like questioning everything.
But yes, this book was well-written and I hope you do check it out when it's published. 200 Serial Killers out of 203.