Am I crazy if I find a stalker relatable? It’s not that I find the want to stalk relatable, but he just seems like such a normal guy which is perhaps what makes this novel so much more creepy then if you had some sketchy balding guy with a nasally voice who lives in his moms basement as the antagonist/protagonist.
I was glued to this book. It manages to be addictive, funny, clever and crass all at once and I love it. I would have liked for the ending to be more elaborated but overall this book is an A+ and a new favourite.
Heads up: There is a fair bit of sexuality in this novel
Hardcover, 432 pages
Published September 30th 2014 by Atria/Emily Bestler Books (first published September 25th 2014)
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