This book is written in first person from the POV of a serial killer. I've never read a book from the serial killer's POV. It was a new thing for me. It took me a little bit to get used to. The thoughts that go through his head very repetitive. At first I thought it was not well edited, but the more I read, I came to the conclusion that this is probably how a serial killer would be in his own head. He goes on and on about "My Love" and keeps trying to replicate what he had with her, who was also his first kill.
This book is a very short story. It took only a few hours to read the whole thing. It is not broken into chapters, which makes it run on a little bit. I think I would've like the break of chapters more, but it didn't ruin the story.
I don't want to give too much away, but I thought the ending left too much unfinished. I still have a lot of questions about what wasn't written to end the story.
I was very intrigued with this story, as I said I've never been inside the head of a serial killer. It is a quick read and completely different from most of the stories I read. The method of killing was a surprise.