I believe it was Ann Rule's first book, so it is a little clumsy, but still an interesting story. I would like to see this rewritten now that she's honed her skills. There is so much more she could do to bring you into the moment. Some parts are a little too clinical and removed. She's added "chapters" over the years at the end, as time has gone by... again, a rewrite where she could incorporate that into the book would be better.
Learning about the "humane" side of Ted Bundy. So often we forget that people aren't black and white and he did some good things.
Unremarkable...which is good.
I wanted to see more and learn more about the victims so I did some research while listening.
You will not walk away understanding why he did what he did...which probably why it makes it such an interesting story.
this is a good book. for true crime fans. kept my interest until the very end
This book was not about Bundy, this book was about Ann Rule. I have never read a book that was supposed to be about someone else and turned out to be basically about the author. Rule ends up gushing like some schoolgirl over a serial killer. How the publishers even went with this is amazing.
Worth the listen.
There was too much time given to legal proceedings and too many "final" chapters.
I didn't have a favorite. I thought she did good job giving different voice characterizations.
I can't say I was "moved," but more "astounded" that Bundy could accomplish the massacre at the sorority house in a 15 minute time span without anyone being the wiser.
It took so long for Rule to realize that Bundy was a killer. She sympathized with him far too long and it's hard to believe she couldn't see through him. But then again, I've never been (and hope never to be) in such a horrendous situation.