Mr Monster (John Cleaver #2)

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Title: Mr Monster

Series: John Cleaver

Author: Dan Wells

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars

Genre: Paranormal

Pages: 320

Format: Kindle digital edition

 

Synopsis:

John Cleaver can’t get over the fact that he killed. He’s not horrified, he’s fascinated and he wants MORE. He knows this though and is doing everything in his power to stop Mr Monster [his mental disconnect that is his inner psychopath] who wants to bathe in the blood of everyone he knows.

But when another serial killer shows up, following in the footsteps of the demon from the first book, John knows another demon has shown up. So it’s ok to unleash Mr Monster. But can John reconcile the fact that other people see him as a hero when he knows he’s unleashing Mr Monster?

 

My Thoughts:

This was just as disturbing as the first book. Wells has done his research and seems to revel in showing the struggle that John is going through in trying to control his killer instincts. I guess what bothers me the most is that John is shown as not having any choice, so far, in the matter. He fights against wanting to kill but it is presented as if it is a futile fight. I’m hoping the next book changes that.

Everyone has Choice. Not necessarily easy choices, or even one time choices, but they have Free Will.

The mind of a psychopath is a sick mind. Those interested in such minds are either trying to help heal those minds, or like this author in writing for profit about it, sick bastards themselves. As you can tell, I’m not a big fan of Dan Wells.

There were just enough touches of humor to keep this from being completely dark and horrible. I’ve got the 3rd book on my tbr list and I’ll read it, but after that, I’ll be avoiding anything, no matter the subject, by Wells. I don’t want to my mind contaminated by a mind like his.

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