Monday, July 9, 2012
Book Review: I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga
He has seen crime scenes that the police could only dream of seeing - crime scenes from the killer's point of view.
His dad was finally caught after committing over 100 murders. He's been in prison for four years, but now a new killer is on the loose. A killer who is using his dad's old signature to mark his murders.
Jazz must decide if he will use the "skills" his father taught him for good and help track down the killer, all while resisting the urge to become a killer himself.
Join Jazz and Howie (his hemophiliac best friend who bruises like a peach) as they work to find the killer before any more bodies pile up.
It's a little gruesome at times, but still awesome!
Read I Hunt Killers @yourlibrary!
- Blaine (Who is glad the heat is finally given us a break. She was seriously nervous that she was going to melt if it lasted much longer!)