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Have you ever read a book that made you feel like the author was getting between you and the story? Nov 24, Vivian rated it liked it Shelves: Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Lindsay pretty much ruined all the interesting work he’d done on the damage and disfunctions that lead to sociopathy by going eh.

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Furthermore, people possessed by Moloch will hear music inside their heads that will put them in trance like states, which I found as being pretty out there. I always figured this was metaphorical, but book 3 makes it clear that this is quite literal.

Aug 01, Jayson rated it liked it Shelves: My DP doesn’t like authors who disappoint.

Dexter in the Dark takes fans of the series out an established realistic environ by alluding to a possible supernatural origin to the Dark Passenger.


What happened its seams in this chapter of you’re life aptly named ‘Dexter in the dark’ you’re dark passenger is in the dark for a while.

Simply stating that Oscuridae was a sociopath that scoffed at the emotional beings living among him every other page ticked me off after the complexities shown on the screen. But there’s this elephant in the room. May 24, Tim Allcock rated it did not like it. The book was originally scheduled to be released earlier in the year.

Dexter en la Oscuridad by Jeff Lindsay (2008, Paperback)

And when something scares your friendly neighborhood serial killer, you know it’s serious Dexter’s growth during this book is good, a solid advancement of his character rather than just rinse and repeat that afflicts so many series. I was prepared to hate it. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. His “Dark Passenger” was simply a different part oa Dexter’s personality.

If it was crying out in pain at the threat of abandonment, I knew exactly what it feared losing: Readers were upset, with feelings ranging from betrayal to outrage. Dexter’s relationship with Rita is advancing rapidly and her children, Astor and Cody are looking forward to their new father.

It’s funny when I reflect that I enjoyed this book and yet felt very let down by it at the same time. Double Dexter Book 7: Best Selling in Other Books See all. You had a good thing going here. Deeper into the novel and I ueff nothing does. People enjoy their comfort zones.


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And then IT would start again, gather the faithful, give them their bright miracle, and IT would feel once more the wonder a Far above the aimless scurrying of the city IT watched, and IT waited. The first two books in the series hinted a bit at a supernatural element; the first book’s dreams, for example, and they way our beloved serial killer referred to his dark side as a separate persona who resided in him.

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Dexter may grow but it is a lot slower and not as bold. I might have enjoyed it more if I hadn’t had to read it quite chopped up. Other than the plot, I once again oscuriead the dark humor and Dexter’s internal voice.

It did not say one of what.