It's impossible to review a real-life occurrence. The story of Jeffrey Dahmer will always be one that both haunts and interests me. I read this account of his story, from the perspective of his father, because I will be writing a research paper about Jeffrey Dahmer this semester in my English course. I most likely would not have read this if it weren't for the research I require for this paper, but I am honestly glad that I did. While Lionel seemed slightly untrustworthy or h
I haven't read a book in a day in quite some time, but wow, there was no other way to properly read this one. I'm so grateful for the snow day that gave me the opportunity to completely devour this book <3.
I find that it is hardest to write reviews for the books I love most, and that is definitely a problem I'm having with this one. The feelings that this story invoked in me remind me a lot of the ones I was put through in Christina Lauren's Autoboyography. By that, I mea
Hate is one kind of fuel. But hate that began as devotion? That makes for another kind of flame.
I'm feeling a lot of ways about this book that I really didn't expect to. On one hand it was amazing and the plot twists had me shook, but on the other it was incredibly dull in certain sections. Luckily, the amazingness of the good parts did definitely outweigh the huge "info-dump" sections.
Of course the characters were amazing (as always), and I was so happy to find myself