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Loved that in print he is one hundred times more creepy and detached than he is on the show. Inspired by Your Browsing History. Apple Audible downpour eMusic audiobooks. In addition, Jeff’s plays have been performed on the stage in New York and London.

Videos About This Book. She desires Dexter sexually, and makes the fact abundantly clear, and, after he spurns her advances, she catches him looking for Deborah at the ship yard. Archived from the original on Blessedly, despite the fact that the book centers around a serial killer killing people and trying to maybe catch another serial killer, there’s not much in the way of torture.

The book, however, lacks the depth and character development of the show. Brian Moser dates Debra under the alias Rudy Cooper, proposes to her, and then kidnaps her. I could almost hear the duct tape.

I’m a bit hazy on the ending of this book. What happened to you when you were a little kid has shaped you.

Darkly Dreaming Dexter

Now that I’ve read it, I guess I can see why it was made into a show, but I admit that I was a bit let down by it. But as the book continued, it became Instead, it will probably read like a love letter to my Darling, Dreamy Dexter. This page was last edited on 9 Novemberat Meanwhile due to his strange dreams Dexter wants to kill somebody so he follows a man whom he suspects dexer raping and killing five teenage girls and kills that man after confirming that the man did those crimes.


The interior monologue harps constantly on the same few themes, especially his lack of emotions and the crippling stupidity of every living being in Miami. This book is really an introduction to Dexter, his life, and his ways. View all 10 comments.

We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Whereas the first season largely followed the dreamlng of the original book; subsequent seasons featured original storylines not directly based on subsequent “Dexter” novels.

Is it because he, too is a serial killer and knows how they think? And I didn’t want the cops to catch every serial killer out there.

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I had developed hunches before. Jeff Lindsay does a fantastic job.

But all his life, Dexter has followed the rules set down by his cop foster father who knew of Dexter’s proclivitiesto indulge his passion only by slaying other serial killers. Throughout the entire book, Dexter talks about how he is missing that thing that allows the rest of us to feel emotions, but oddly enough, he bases most of his choices on what his foster father would have wanted him to do, because the thought of disappointing Harry is somehow upsetting to him.


Find all of my reviews at: After all, I dextee where the show is going and what is in store for Dexter. Dexter calls these rules “the Code of Harry. Other books in the series.

Over the years I’ve been told to watch it countless times and then told I have to read the books. Thus we have the four stars you see above. But at the end of the day, this isn’t my genre of choice so I don’t know if I’ll continue with jefd series. Does this sound like an interesting premise yet?

The Best Books of So the rest of the books in the series will be new to me. If he was allowed to develop his technique on his own, there’s no telling what lindsah of killer he’d be. Dec 30, Mike rated it really liked it.

Outside of his writing, Jeff is a musician and a wonderful amateur cook. Deborah is dreaminy as voluptuous, with a centerfold’s body. It didn’t blow my mind or anything, but it was still a pretty great book. He doesn’t even see himself as human. He also uses numerous alliterative phrases, typically featuring three prominent D sounds e.