Sunday, November 27, 2011

2012 Serial Killers Reading Challenge

I've decided to join this challenge. I don't know how many serial killer books I will read, but I do love these kinds of books, and I figured I will get some great suggestions from others who are participating.

So, go over to Tea Time with Marce and sign up with me!

While you are at it, check out my Books You Can Read in a Day Challenge. Maybe there are some serial killer books you can read in a day?

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  1. This sounds like a fun challenge - although I have vowed not to sign up to any challenges myself this year as I am so bad at completing them!

  2. A really interesting, yet rather graphic & creepy and twisty, disturbing dark books about serial killers is called Killer Asylum by David R. Williams.

    It is VERY creepy.

    It's about a group of scientists who 'collect' ALL of the worst & baddest of all the serial killers & put them into one asylum so they could all be studied at once. And then, because they are creepy and crazy and smart, they take over.

    It's rather... dark & more than a bit graphic, so it might be more than what you are looking for, but it's what I always think of first when I think about serial killer books... :)

    Good luck with your challenge!

  3. Yaaaaaay Annette, thanks for signing up. A serial killer book in a day, now that is a great edgy book :-)

    Ashley, I have never heard of Killer Asylum but OMG, HOLY CRAP that sounds amazing, adding to wishlist right now.

  4. Lol Marce! I hope you like it! :) I have never talked to anyone else who has read it (and if I remember right, there aren't really any reviews for it on GR either) so I'd LOVE to hear what you think! :)


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