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Author: Dan Wells
ISBN: 0755348826
Language: English
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Publisher: Headline; paperback / softback edition (2010)
Rating: 4.4
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Mr. Monster was a superb sequel and not at all a sophomore slump.

Ships from and sold by MN Bookstore. Mr. We pick up a couple of months after the book one and everyone thinks that life is back to normal until another string of murders begin to take place. Monster not only continued the talk of mental illness but further explored what it's like giving in to your demons which I appreciated wholeheartedly! This story is made better by adding to antagonists to the story who really push John to the edge.

Monster is a 2010 young adult thriller novel, the sequel to I Am Not a Serial Killer by author Dan Wells. It is the second book in the John Wayne Cleaver trilogy. The book focuses on the dual threats of the conflict between John and his darker side, called "Mr. Monster" (which was also one of the aliases employed by serial killer David Berkowitz, aka "the Son of Sam"), as well as the emergence of a second serial killer in Clayton County.

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his brilliant debut, Dan Wells ups the ante with a thriller that is just as gripping and even more intense. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

SUMMARY:I killed a demon. I don’t know if it was really, technically a demon, but I do know that he was some kind of monster, with fangs and claws and the whole bit, and he killed a lot of people. his brilliant debut, Dan Wells ups the ante with a thriller that is just as gripping and even more intense. He apologizes in advance for the nightmares.

With Mr Monster, Wells has created a sequel that achieves the remarkable feat of outshining its predecessor in every single facet, and it is easily one of the best books I have ever read, and will probably ever read. The story follows on almost immediately after the events of I Am Not A Serial Killer, with the FBI showing a very keen interest in John after his run in with the Clayton Killer.

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I don't know if it was really, technically a demon, but I do know that he was some kind of monster, with fangs and claws and the whole bit, and he killed a lot of people. So I killed him. I think it was the right thing to do. At least the killing stopped. Well, it stopped for a while. In I Am Not a Serial Killer, John Wayne Cleaver saved his town from a murderer even more appalling than the serial killers he obsessively studies. But it turns out even demons have friends, and the disappearance of one has brought another to Clayton County

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Comments (7)
Skillet
Mr. Monster was a superb sequel and not at all a sophomore slump. We pick up a couple of months after the book one and everyone thinks that life is back to normal until another string of murders begin to take place. Mr. Monster not only continued the talk of mental illness but further explored what it's like giving in to your demons which I appreciated wholeheartedly! This story is made better by adding to antagonists to the story who really push John to the edge. If you read this book then I think you have a pretty good idea of who the bad guys are but if you haven't and want to; keep your eyes and mind clear. I say this because this book keeps you on your toes. I also appreciated the heightened use of Psychological Warfare!! All in all I am having such a tremendous time with this series and am excited for more!
Na
John Wayne Cleaver is back, after his debut in I Am Not A Serial Killer. Sixteen years old now, he still is warring with his sociopathic tendencies.

MINOR SPOILER ALERT:
In the first book in this trilogy, John fights and kills a demon disguised as a serial killer terrorizing his small town. Well, now someone is back in Clayton, torturing and murdering young women. Is it your run-of-the-mill serial killer or could it possibly be another demon?

This series is told in first person point-so of-view, the reader gets to feel the full impact of John's fight against the dark yearnings of his own personality - from Mr. Monster within him.

I actually would have preferred that there not be a supernatural side to this trilogy. John's fight with himself is quite scary enough. But the story is well told and I am enjoying it.

NOTE: Just because there is a teenage protagonist, this is NOT a Young Adult book. There are many scenes of graphic violence throughout the story.

I am now off to read book three in the trilogy I Don't Want to Kill You.
Nalmetus
As soon as I finished I Am Not A Serial Killer, I started the next book in the series, Mr. Monster. Now that I am done with Mr. Monster, I have sent away for the final book, I Don’t Want to Kill You. It can’t come fast enough. These are phenomenal books.

If you liked the first book, you will like this one, too. And actually, if you liked the first half of the first book, but hated the twist and the end, then you should still like this one, too.

Rather than focus on the supernatural aspects that popped into the series in the last book, Wells spends the majority of this novel watching John Cleaver (our hero?) cope with life at home, at school, at the morgue, and beyond. And what a fascinating life he leads. Even though there are supernatural elements in this novel, they are downplayed almost to the point that they disappear amidst all the torture and terribleness that normally comes with a book about serial killers. Even more than the last novel, the emphasis on John Cleaver’s daily mental struggles create a character of great depth that takes the reader over the entire emotional spectrum - a rather impressive feat considering sociopaths have significant issues the whole “emotions” thing.

Only one book left. Who will die next?
Yahm
Mr Monster picks up where I Am Not A Serial Killer left off, a number of months later. Once again, Wells delivers with a wonderful story, as well as improving his writing to a standard that makes this second volume better than the first.

The plot, while relatively straight-forward, meandered a bit for the opening section. It didn't seem to be going anywhere until things started drawing together for the last half/third of the novel, where Wells does an admirable job of weaving the plot threads together. As you'd expect in a supernatural/horror/serial killer thriller novel, there are a number of twists and turns that whilst unexpected, you could probably predict just a little way out from the actual reveals. The genre blend is already established here, and Wells does a great job of mixing them well together, as well as casting suspicion over various genre elements present in this book.

The characters are once again great, though there isn't a great deal of character development over the course of the book; it tends to happen in short bursts. The story is told from the first person perspective of John Cleaver. As with the previous book, though, my biggest issue is believability. In particular, this is a book featuring a large number of teenagers, and their dialogue struck me as being too adult. Maybe it's a difference in geographic location and culture to the author, but the teens in this book talk consistently in a way i've only ever experienced with reasonably educated adults. That's not to say that the characters themselves are unbelievable. I believed most of their actions and the thrust of what they were saying, and Wells does a great job of bringing out humour and frustration and anxiety in the reader through observing the irrationality of people.

The conclusion is a bitter-sweet ending. Wells definitely stepped up the horror element here, and there's a tinge of sadness to everything. It's stuff you want to happen, but it doesn't, and it hurts to read. We get the resolution, but it leaves us with the question - could we have done better?

4.5/5