In the book, Growing Up Jeffrey: The True Story of Jeffrey Dahmer, author Brian Lee Tucker examines Dahmer's life from the other side of the coin, from his early childhood to his teenage years to his first murder - seen through the eyes of a young man who, feeling as though he had never been a part of anything normal and loving, kept his inner demons bottled up inside until he couldn't fight the urges he'd kept at bay too long, and exploded in a frenzy of sexual violence, murder, and unadulterated evil, his deviant sexual appetites finally satisfied - until he became lonely again.
"The narrator is dull and painful to listen to."
Zidane arrives at the Vistancia village which is the place he was born. There he finally meets his biological family. And tragedies mark his life again. The black wolf's mark prevents him from achieving tranquility, which is what he desires the most.