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Diary of a Teenage Serial Killer

3.06  ·  Rating details ·  18 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Raised by her father to be a remorseless killer, Darla is trying to reboot her life as a college freshman in a bland Midwestern town.

When a lowlife at her cafeteria job tries to molest her, she's not surprised. When he takes another try and brings a friend, she's not unprepared. But the more she shakes them off, the harder they come back, until Darla's working her way up t
Kindle Edition, 97 pages
Published April 5th 2012 by Poisoned Plum Press
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Apr 09, 2012 rated it really liked it
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I like it when I start a book and have preconceived notions about it's topic. And then am proved 100% wrong. From the title of this one, I assumed it would be full of maiming and somewhat random killings. However, it is more an explanation of why and how one becomes a serial killer, especially at such a young age. There's a kill or be killed type of reference. Daddy dearest tried his best to prove to Darla that there is evil in everyone and that everyone deserved to be wiped out. Darla tries to ...more
Trevor Kidd
Apr 25, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: indie-fiction
Diary of a Teenage Serial Killer is a thriller with an interesting, fleshed out heroine, but superficial in it's other characters and with fast paced, but still not very exciting action.

The Good: Diary of a Teenage Serial Killer surprised me. Darla is a surprisingly well fleshed out character for the thriller genre. I was not expecting her motivations and viewpoint to be so thoroughly thought out. The best parts of the novel are when Darla is reasoning and thinking through how she will react to
Patrick Elsey
Jan 28, 2016 rated it did not like it
No sense of the main character being raised to be a remorseless killer or even that she's anything more then a runaway.

Kind of a waste of a fun premise.
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Jem Fox grew up wandering the bluffs near the confluence of the Illinois River and the great Mississippi, barefoot and bramble-torn. She is descended from a long line of storytellers and liars.
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