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Title : Serial Killers
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ISBN : 9780783500003
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 192 Pages
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Serial Killers Reviews

  • RLL2202017_Roxanna Jasso
    2018-11-03 15:31

    I totally found this very interesting. I enjoy reading the lives of different serial killers, both "famous" and "not-so-famous". Who they were and what they did were very interesting. There are apparently two types of serial killers. One who kills for pleasure and one who kills because they believe they have to because they are being "told" or "forced" to. Psychology had always interested me and learning about these killers gave me a bigger interest in the human mind. Overall, this is a great book to read if you're just interested in learning about real people in our society who happens to be serial killers. This can be a knowledgeable book for grade 7 and up.

  • Declan McHugh
    2018-10-24 17:39

    A very good book, as Time-Life books generally are. The photo section of the child, and then the teenage, Ted Bundy is completely fascinating to me. What was going on in that head? Precisely when did those thoughts start to head towards femicide...

  • P.S. Winn
    2018-11-17 16:15

    Serial killers are creepy but fascinating and this book takes you into their lives to try and figure out what makes then tick.

  • Alshia Moyez
    2018-10-29 14:15

    I used to really be into True Crime until I had to put those books down. Books like these made me jump at shadows and peer through the curtains whenever a truck backfired out on the street. So, I have officially stopped reading these and good for me becuase it gets to a point when you really understand that the victims in these stories were real people, and this is not fiction, but true pain that has been experienced in order to bring these books to publication. In short, it got to me.but that said, I really, really enjoyed this book by Time Life Books. It covers (If I remember correctly, Ted bundy, John Wayne Gacy, Dennis Nielsen, and...someone else-maybe Jeffrey Dahmer. idk). The book doesn not shed any new light or give any new information on any of these killers or their victims, it's more like a re-telling of a thousand things already published. even the pictures in this book are nothing new: we've seen them all in other publications (online aside).But if you're a fan of True Crime then you'll like it, regardless. If you already have books on these killers then don't waste your money because you won't get anything new here, or crime scene photos. Okay, I'm rambling now so I'm going to say goodbye and end this tired review. BYE^.^PS I'm guessing at the date in which I finished this book, but it's been some years.

  • Kristy K
    2018-11-18 14:32

    While I liked that Time-Life Books included international serial killers and also a few brief synopses on older, maybe lesser known killers, I overall found Serial Killers to be a bit...dull. Not that the crimes weren't atrocious and appalling, they were, but the writing made it hard to stay interested. It was very dry. And oftentimes it seemed almost sympathetic toward the killer, because they had difficult childhoods and hard lives. I fear it missed what the true tragedy was: these monsters brutally murdering victims and feeling no remorse. However, if someone is not well versed in the infamous killers Bundy, Gacy, and Berkowitz, I would recommend this book as a good starting point. It gives a good overview of their background and crimes without giving an immense amount of detail and information.

  • Denise
    2018-10-25 18:30

    Big fan of True crime and came across these books at work. I still can not explain why these people do what they do, all I have come up with is 'power'. They take it away and use it to control others. I would like to go back and look at all of the forensic items and put the puzzle back together.

  • Dawn
    2018-11-12 18:37

    Well documented with multiple pictures, this book gives detailed analysis of the cases of Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, David Berkowitz, and Dennis Nilsen. Having been familiar with three of the four main characters, I was surprised time and time again to learn something new about each man that I had not previously known.An overall interesting and well-written book

  • Single Troll
    2018-11-01 16:37

    I really enjoyed this read, I finished it very quickly which is usually a sign I really enjoyed something. I knew a lot about the more well known serial killers in this book but it was interesting to learn about others....It really makes you think "what the F*** are wrong with people".

  • Jenny
    2018-11-10 14:25

    This was one of the best books in the set I received. It's filled with a lot of information, good pictures, and has a lot of background history.