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Dear Killer - Katherine Ewell
Dear Killer
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2.09 140
Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780062257802 (0062257803)
ASIN: 62257803
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
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2.0 Dear Killer by Katherine Ewell
The premise for author Katherine Ewell’s Dear Killer sounded interesting and I went into the novel not quite sure what to expect. The idea of having a character who is literally the perfect killer who can get away with any murder she commits sounded pretty awesome. The fact that it’s just a tiny tee...
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3.5 Book Review: Dear Killer
Dear Killer is not a book that would be enjoyed by everyone. I even have a feeling that a significant amount of readers will hate and burn it. For starters, the main character of this book is not someone that you can really call a “heroine.” Kit Ward is not the girl who will save the day. On the con...
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2.0 Dear Killer
Have you ever heard of Axe Cop?Axe Cop is the creation of a five-year-old boy. Five-year-olds come up with weird characters in the course of pretend play all the time. However, this particular child, Malachai Nicolle, has an older brother named Ethan who happens to be a comic-book writer and illustr...
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3.0 Dear Killer
**MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD**3.5/5OVERALL IMPRESSION: I'm intrigued by the plot. It's a really strange and twisted situation, which makes for good reading in my eyes.I did not like the ending at all. For me, a perfect ending would have been Kit killing Alex and getting away with everything. And that bein...
Frannie in the Pages
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3.0 "Dear Killer" by Katherine Ewell
A crucial premise: I’m confused. I’m confused in a way that makes it impossible to understand whether it is a positive or a negative confusion. It isn’t a “did I like it or not” kind of confusion, it’s more of a blank “where am I and what has happened” kind of confusion. When I first heard of Dear...
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