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Total Victim Theory (2000)

by Ian Ballard(Favorite Author)
3.45 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: This book was amazing. Love the detail and realness of it (it could really happen in real life). Some people complained that one of the victims death was unnecessary, but I feel that it fit right in with the killers mentality. The book was divided into 3 sections. Each section had several chapters. I liked how most chapters were from one of the other characters viewpoint. The author did a good job at the chapter title letting you know when/where the chapter was taking place, so you knew it was between 1-2 characters views. The only reason the book is getting 4 stars instead of 5 is because I figured out the entire plot before section 3, with the exception of 1 plot twist (which caught me completely off-guard!).
review 2: I really, really liked this story! It wa
... mores so realistic and very well descriptive that it was like something you see on ID (investigation discovery) tv show or Dateline. It was very graphic and very disturbing but also very exciting to read. I didn't care for a couple of areas about them growing up and they had killed their pets - as I am a total animal lover, but I see why they had included it in he story because it had taken you into the minds of serial killers and made it so believable. The story did have lots of twists and left you guessing up until the very end. The ending, I think should have been stretched out a little. I think it ended to abruptly. Does contain graphic details and like I said, it takes you on a journey in the mind of a serial killer but it was definitely worth reading and would recommend it. Looking forward to future reads by this author less
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Very dark but interesting how each individual story is connected and ties in together in the end.
This book was so sick and twisted it was fantastic!
Terrible book.
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