"I kill, therefore I am...."
Voices slam through the corridor of his wounded mind. The words of his dead sister cry out. His parents' taunts fill the silent room where he sits and waits - waits for the murderous rage, filling him with strength, driving him to kill, to touch the cold flesh, taste the warm blood - to feel alive again....
A witness has seen him, but his killing only turns her on and now she wants to protect him. His wife suspects him, but the private detective she hired cannot stop him. Joe MacAree fears nothing - except that he may no longer be human. The thirst that drives him is relentless, moving deeper and deeper into his own shattering, private realm, where each murder is a delicious new gift of life, where revulsion is beauty, and the obsession will never let him go.
If you could sum up Obsessed in three words, what would they be?
dark and spellbinding
What other book might you compare Obsessed to and why?
What about Jack de Golia’s performance did you like?
His voice lulls you along the macabre. He knows his characters and how to portray them.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, it's easier to follow the plot and the characters.
Any additional comments?
Strong language, graphic sex and violence! <br/><br/>"I was voluntarily provided this review copy at no charge by the author, publisher and or narrator.”