Like many people, Sadie feels undervalued and frustrated. Employed by a supermarket, she plots to murder coworkers - or lure them into the employee bathroom for a quickie. Sick of being treated like a robot, she taps into a powerful (and deranged) alter-ego and transforms into Sadie the Sadist. Listener beware: This audiobook contains graphic violence, psycho/sexual incidents, and Sadie's favorite recipes. X-tremely Black Humor.
©2014 Suzanne Tyrpak (P)2014 Suzanne Tyrpak
I had seriously dubious thoughts about this title. I was looking for humor, and it is funny....the humor is definitely dark in a firefighter / cop / mortician vein. The book is twisted beyond imagination and frankly I'm a bit concerned about Sachs' mental health.
We watch Sadie come unwound...seriously unwound. In a Jeffrey Dahmer, Ted Bundy sort of spiral...only funnier.
This is not Jen Lancaster funny, or Tina Fey, but it is dark and twisted and.....funny.
Though not for the faint of heart, it is a great read and twisted in all the best ways.
I listened to the entire thing. Nothing special at all. The entire thing was only "sadistic" to cover up the poor storytelling.
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