Serial Killers - Philosophy for Everyone investigates our profound interest in mass-murderers. Exploring existential, ethical, and political questions through an examination of real and fictional serial killers, philosophy comes alive here via an exploration of grisly death. This book:
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"If you're a Dexter fan looking for someplace to start in learning about real-life serial killers, this is a solid and fairly complete volume to start with.... [I]t's also ideal for those who don't have the time to invest in a larger volume. As the title of the series implies, this really is a book that's accessible to everyone." (Digital Air Waves)
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"Content good but narrator dull"
The content of the essays were good and very well written. My only issue was the narrator. It was like listening to Batman reading the essays.
The voice of the guy that read the text.... could it be any more hilarious??? Its so overly dramatic and hyped up.... for a minute there i thought Nancy Grace or any one of the so called journalists over at HLN were involved.
It is assuming the listener is a moron.
START OVER. NO EDITOR CAN SAVE YOU.
The readers voice is horrible. Why is he whispering? I could not get through the first 30 minutes!
"Boring------DO NOT PURCHASE"
A sure cure for insomnia. Do not drive while listening. A big waste of a credit. DO NOT PURCHASE
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