Bullied and desperate to get some peace, Preston fights back. The problem? He’s not used to fighting and instead of hurting someone he kills them. Then he realizes that he loves the feeling of power that comes with taking a life, a feeling he’s never experienced before. The story starts from there and then becomes a thrilling race to find a serial killer before he escalates.
Only one little itch kept me from giving this 5 stars. It seems that Kesle is a city where people don’t use contractions, which meant the dialogue comes across as stilted when people do not use contractions in their speech.
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