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- Dexter Book 6
- Gesprochen von: Jeff Lindsay
- Spieldauer: 12 Std. und 31 Min.
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A witness. Such a simple concept - and yet for Dexter Morgan, a perfectly well-disguised serial killer, the possibility of a witness is terrifying. As an upstanding blood-spatter analyst for the Miami Police, Dexter has always managed to keep the darker side of his life out of the spotlight.
An expert at finding truly bad people - murderers who've long escaped justice - Dexter has long been giving them his own special brand of attention. But now someone has seen him in the act. Dexter is being followed, manipulated, and mimicked, leading him to realise that no one likes to have a double - especially when his double's goal is to kill him.
Dexter is not one to tolerate such displeasure...in fact he has a knack for extricating himself from trouble in his own pleasurable way.
Narrated by the author.
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Some very good parts but overall a disappointment
How do I even begin. Some parts of this book reminded me a lot of the TV Series and some parts even gave me a glimmer of hope that this story might finally be getting better again after the disaster that was the last one....
I was mostly disappointed.
I usually liked the women in this story and Debra was actually fine but don't get me started on Rita and Asthor.
Suddenly, for some inexplicable reason, Rita lost the ability to speak full sentences and lost a lot of her common sense. Also, isn't it sooooo awful that she doesn't cook every day? How could she not fulfill her rightful duty as a wife?! (Just to be clear, that sentence was sarcastic).
I wish I was joking but this is an actual part Lindsay focuses on _far too much _ throughout the story. If I have to hear Dexter moaning about not getting a home cooked dinner any longer I'm going to lose it. Cook yourself some damn dinner, what are you, five?!
Does that man have any survival skills?
Also helping his wife doing chores, like a good normal husband would (after all isn't that his "disguise"?) seems to be alien to him.
Also, Asthor has definitely become most clichéd teenager I have ever seen....
The story lost a lot of sense and gained a lot of annoying parts.
This is a hard pass for me, if this was the first book in the series, I wouldn't have finished it.