Where I got it: Borrowed from Brooklyn Public Library
Read it in: 4 days
The last in the John Cleaver series leaves a little to be desired but is still solid.
I'm a huge fan of teenage psychopath John Cleaver, really I am. So when I finished the first in the series, I moved on to the 2nd hoping to see him grow - and he did. In this one, he did too, but there was just a little bit missing for me. I can't put my finger on it, but I know that I want maybe 2 more books to at least get him out of his teenage years and see if he turns into Dexter or not.
There were a lot of shocking deaths in this one that left me feeling more disappointed than intrigued to continue reading. I feel like this book *should* go on to a 4th given the sort of cliffhanger ending it finished on. Mr. Wells, please continue this series! The world you created is on the verge of bursting off of the page, but if we end here, the reader might end up with a bad taste in their mouth like me!
Bottom line, I love this series too much to say that this book was bad, because it most certainly WAS NOT. I just need more.