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I killed my first victim at thirteen years old - my age, not his. He was going to rape me, him and a couple of his friends. And so, I killed him. And then.... I killed again. And again.
At seventeen, I'm killing four to six times a year - maybe more. Don't stress out. I only go after the pedophiles and rapists. There are more out there than I could cover in a lifetime.
Saying I did this on my own would be selfish. Enforcing justice holds a glory all its own. But now, my lifelong friend and backup, Deegan, has been arrested. I have to decide if I want to give myself up and take his place or leave him with all the damning evidence. I don't want to stop killing. But if I let him take the fall, I can't kill anymore. And I need to keep doing that.
But the worst part of it all? I love him.
Cover artist - Ashley Byland of Redbird Designs
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By stacy on 12-13-17
I don't know if the book is bad or if the reader makes it bad. First of all it sounds like it was recorded in someone's tin shed. She also has no intonation or emotion. She sounds like a first grader learning to read. The book could be interesting but clearly missing all the actual interesting parts.
By Tracy H. on 07-12-14
Fantastic thrill ride
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Absolutely. The story is amazing. Right from the first attack and kill you are sucked into this book an hearing it rather than reading it made it even easier to feel a part of the story.
What did you like best about this story?
Cassie and Deegan and their reason for killing and the bond between them.
Have you listened to any of Jenifer Krist’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
No I have not.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Exactly what the first couple of lines in the story's description are. It is what hooked me.
Any additional comments?
Paulson is a brilliant writer and I say this as a reader. The most important thing to me about a book is how it makes me feel. Psycho Inside Me had me on an emotional roller coaster ride and didn't let me off until the last sentence was over.
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