You killed Dexter for me Mr. Lindsay. Actually, not you, but whatever sullen teenager you hired to write this atrocity. I can’t believe the same man who created the most interesting character since the dawn of man would completely destroy everything that made him so.
The substance is two pages in length, stretched out to an exhausting 12 and a half hours. No excitement, no thrills, but the novel does include a three year old’s never ending repetition in case you want to sing along. Dexter has been turned into the weird kind of creepy middle aged dude with all the originality surgically drained from this once fresh series while simultaneously severing our connection to the character.
Prepare to have everything you loved about the first novel and who Dexter is to be completely tossed in the garbage while Dexter’s need is given a ludicrous explanation overriding what was previously established.
A long time ago, in the way way back time, before....STAR WARS....nothing much happened. Well, maybe a couple things here and there, but not enough to justify the 15 hours I wasted on listening to this. Unfortunately with Star Wars novels' authors go into waaay too much detail with galaxy politics. There is more excitement watching CNN, and at least you learn something about the real world. If Episode lll inspired you to purchase this, just fast forward to the last 60 seconds and your life will be much better.
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