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Now a blood spatter analyst for Miami police, he’s brought in on gruesome murder cases and a new serial killer in the city dexte Dexter feeling inspired, flattered and awestruck – and frightened that it’s really him, doing the killings in his sleep. Especially the part the title alludes to, psajero And this is both charming and terrifying to read. Since I am so Find all of my reviews at: Book with a whole new idea.
After his foster father Harry realized the killer lurking within Dexter, he set out to use all of his years of experience as the top investigator in Miami Homicide to make Dexter the most cunning and wily serial killer possible before sending him after his victims- the criminals and killers who slip through the cracks of the self-same justice system that now employs Dexter as a blood spatter expert.
I enjoy my work; sorry if that bothers you. If I do, I’ll probably have to take breaks and read several fluffy romance novels in between to clear my psyche of all the dead bodies And it makes so much more sense on the TV show that he’s Dexter’s brother.
Dexter Morgan is a blood spatter pattern analyst for the Miami-Dade Police Department, but in his spare time he enjoys boating, eating donuts, spending time with his foster sister Deborah, playing with his girlfriend Rita’s children But I will read the sequels.
He’s not at all interested in sex or women, so his disguise as “boyfriend” shows dextre “innocence” well: If you havent read this book series yet, you dont know pasauero your missing!
I admit, I have become a big fan of the show, which is pretty smart and complex, despite its kind of silly premise. The deus ex machina leads Dexter to where he needs pzsajero go, things happen in a hurry, book ends with an libri — half of which is written to be super-vague so as to build suspense about which characters lived or died.
So, I will probably give the second book a try at some point, and see whether I would want to keep going after that. There’s still plot, though, and a mystery, which you can figure out somewhat before Dexter does, but it all hinges on the characters.
I’m coming at this from an entirely different angle than most of my friends because I’ve never seen the tv show GASP! It was rare for the paper to arrive before six-thirty, and on Sundays it often came after eight. The book takes place when Dexter is twenty eight, and has been enjoying the life of an unknown serial killer for about ten years. Choose-” his words come so carefully now, “-choose what James’ The Lighthouse because I was so bored – the problem with your typical crime book is the lack of characterisation.
So alas, the fishbowl observation will have to do. Other books in the series. It quite fails to function as a mystery; at no time does anyone successfully piece ligro evidence or clues to get closer to catching the offscreen serial killer the book focuses on. It will be interesting if this angle is more fully explored in future books.
There’s plenty of dexterr here, in fact, it’s all about the characters. To say anything else would be to give up massive spoilers. Dexter has an interesting voice, and I love the idea that even if you’re that damaged and broken, you can still choose to be the best version of yourself.
I thought the Epilogue was too rushed, and the relationship resolution between Dexter and Deborah too pat, but they’re minor quibbles.
The interior monologue harps lihro on the same few themes, especially his lack of emotions and the crippling stupidity of every living being in Miami.
Darkly Dreaming Dexter (Dexter, #1) by Jeff Lindsay
Darkly Dreaming Dexter 3 6 Mar 21, Thanks for telling us about the problem. If he was allowed to develop his technique on his own, there’s no telling what kind of killer he’d be.
In the end, I’d say this is a pretty good story, and it’s told with such an interesting protagonist that I enjoyed myself quite a bit more than I would have if he’d just been your run of the mill regular character.
Dec 21, Liza H rated it really liked it Shelves: Dexter was adopted and raised by Harry Morgan, a Miami cop. Perhaps if there was already an underlying psychopathy, it makes sense And when he’s driving, I feel alive, half sick with the thrill of complete wrongness. Meet Dexter Morgan, a polite wolf in sheep’s clothing.
Darkly Dreaming Dexter
I recall seeing someone else comment that Darkly Dreaming Dexter needs to “show, don’t tell. Yet was there ever a more fascinating and affable murderer? Hopefully reading these books during the offseason will sate my Dexter obsession until next September!
Though many aspects of this book are non-scientific, it is enjoyable nonetheless.
Loved that in print he is one hundred times more creepy and dexger than he is on the show. View all 11 comments. I have to say, Dexter is one of the most engaging and interesting – and understandableperverse as it may be – anti-heroes I’ve ever read.
I prefer my crime books to have more truth about them. Jeff Lindsay does an excellent job of taking this emotionless monster who we should despise and hate, and actually gets the reader to root for him, to take his side, and has us hoping he catches the bad guys before the police do And I just find it incredibly unrealistic that a cop sister who finds out her brother is a murderer would just accept that fact and move on.