This book was disturbing.... which is kinda what I was looking for. However, the solidly male cast of this story was not exactly what I was expecting.
The whole story was great, but there was just a few places where I was unsure weather I wanted to keep reading or not. I wouldn't read it again, and I hope that the rest of Poppy's books are a bit more gender-diverse or this would be a major downer since she is a fantastic author.
This book is amazing. I have read it several times, and simply love it. Poppy has the ability to reach right into the serial killer mind, or the mind of most anyone for that matter, and show us what's inside.
This is a very dark, very morbid book. I would never recomend it to, well, to most people. It is very explicit, containing drug references and use, death, murder, extreme details about it all, homosexual sex descriptions, and likely some other things most people don't want to hear about. From hearing that, alot of people are turned off on the content, but it's the story that lies beneath here, and the way it's shown to us so uniquely and so clean. Like breakfast in bed... with a murderous phycopath.