I was a bit disappointed in this book. From reading the book summary I thought this would be a thrilling book but it certainly wasn't. My main problem with this book is that the chapters in which the author writes about other "famous murderers" were much more interesting than the story the author was trying to tell about Daniel Allen. I would get really hooked in reading the chapters about Timothy McVeigh, John Hinckley Jr., and others, that when Daniel Allen's story came back around I just wasn't interested in it anymore. Sometimes it felt like the author ran out of material on his story that he started writing about real murderers. To me it didn't enhance the story, it only distracted from it. I do have to say that my favorite part of the book was the epilogue. I felt like the epilogue was beautifully written and the most interesting part of the book.Overall this book was only eh to me. I am not sure that I would recommend this to anyone.