Apostle

Apostle By Lacey Crowe, Apostle Benji is plagued with an insatiable need to kill By artistically displaying the corpses of his victims he relishes in the belief he is immortalizing them while he feeds his inner monster But the life
  • Title: Apostle
  • Author: Lacey Crowe
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  • Page: 123
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  • Apostle By Lacey Crowe, Benji is plagued with an insatiable need to kill By artistically displaying the corpses of his victims, he relishes in the belief he is immortalizing them while he feeds his inner monster But the life of a serial killer is a lonely one, and sixteen year old drifter Beth has sparked in him a desire to fulfill the role of pernicious mentor Benji teaches Beth to harness thBenji is plagued with an insatiable need to kill By artistically displaying the corpses of his victims, he relishes in the belief he is immortalizing them while he feeds his inner monster But the life of a serial killer is a lonely one, and sixteen year old drifter Beth has sparked in him a desire to fulfill the role of pernicious mentor Benji teaches Beth to harness the thrill of human fear, to dominate, and to kill As their partnership grows into a profound friendship, spanning three years, Beth begins to desire a deeper connection with the inept sociopath The fantasy of romance seemingly one sided, heartbroken Beth goes rogue Set in Ontario in the early 1970s, when feminists, hippies and environmentalists swarmed when peace was at the forefront and trust in a fellow stranger was normal, Beth has no idea how much danger she is in Forced into a karmic situation, the story becomes one of consequence, repentance and self realization.
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    1. This book hurts The pain is emotional and psychological It s a blistering intensity that made me flinch and squirm At times, I had to put the book down, breathe, do something else Forget Yet, I never once considered not returning to this story.Before entering this world, you need to know that this isn t a polite read The content is graphic We have some intense violence, but never in a gratuitous fashion It s there to move the story, and to move us, the readers The content is also graphic in a ps [...]


    2. Every so often a book comes along that questions who we are as humans, a book that shows us exactly how flawed we are, while reminding us that we re nonetheless deserving of love Apostle is such a book As I read this, I judged and reviled the main characters for the apparent ease with which they committed their evils, yet found myself caring about them and stubbornly rooting for them I was riveted to this book not because the characters were perfect they re definitely not , because I wanted them [...]


    3. Apostle is a rousing dark thriller about a serial killer, Benjamin Lynch who began his killing spree at an early age He meets Hollow who has similar interests like him and the two become inseparable Hollow is Benji s young partner in crime, but she still has to understand how to deal with his complex mood swings and insecurities.They both love the excitement of the kill, but Hollow suddenly decides she wants to hunt and kill the prey herself This bothers Benji since Hollow has become overconfide [...]


    4. A strange depression came over me when I realized something inside of me was surely unbalanced shifted off the moral scale The journey toward complete self awareness isn t taken by many, perhaps because they fear their own souls It s a sick acknowledgment of oneself, and in acknowledging this I also acknowledged the monster who shared the space within the walls of my bodily vessel Benji is sharing his memoirs with us From the time he was just a little boy he was born on a path of evil How does o [...]


    5. I probably have to start by saying that Apostle really will not be everyone s cup of tea To be honest it could probably do with some sort of warning on it for containing quite graphic violence.The story itself started off quite slowly and felt slightly that it was written with young adults in mind as well as adults, in my opinion though, this book is definitely not suitable for readers under the age of 16 Apart from the beginning of the story though the rest of it certainly does feel like it is [...]


    6. This is a thriller, full of suspense and violence The author, Lacey Crowe gets into the head of Benji and describes him and his killings in a way that pulls you into the book Benji feels a need to kill, and he finally stops denying himself and becomes a serial killer His thrill is to make his killings an artform, so that each body will always be remembered Benji is handsome and charming and gets the attention of Beth a lonely and homeless teenager Their strange friendship turns into a mutual des [...]


    7. fallenoverbookreviewsI received this book to give an honest review.I do not see a trigger warning but here it is There is death, rape, torture and I say this should be read by 18 on up This book is told though the eyes of a serial killer but not just one serial killer We start the story with Benji and we get a feel on who he is as a person he doesn t want a relationship but it all changes when he meets Beth She is something special to him so he takes her under his wing and teaches her his ways T [...]


    8. Apostle A story of death and loveFor those who like thrilling suspense, dark tales of death and those who cause it, this book is perfect Not only is the story captivating and riveting, but the writing is very well done Lacey Crow draws vivid, sometimes disturbing pictures with her words, but they are not too fantastic to believe I felt, at times, as if I were watching an episode of Tales From the Dark Side, or Criminal Minds I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes stories of abnormal ps [...]


    9. This was one of the best books I have read this year I kept waiting for a lull that never came I had all kinds of endings happen in my head, and I was still wrong Lacey painted vivid characters, exciting scenarios and situations and twist and turns at every point Just when you think you have it figured it out, you do not Great book, I cannot wait for the next installment.


    10. CarefulIf you have a weak stomach, don t read this book If you want to read a happily ever after novel, don t read this book If you have a black sense of humor, if you like gore, if you entertain a dark side, this book will fascinate It is well written, very descriptive, a very dark book with dark characters This book haunts you.


    11. This is a very dark book, so if reading things of this nature isn t for you, then I suggest you tread lightly But with saying that I think I hid under by covers than once But yet I wasn t able to put the book down It completely had taken me into a whole other world to say the least, but I honestly enjoyed reading this Received for an honest review


    12. I devoured this book Excellent writing Fast paced The main characters particular brand of psychopathy is nurture than nature in origin and it was so interesting to watch them change and develop A very different take on the serial killer Like another reviewer, I too was routing for them Hope there is a sequel.


    13. An amazing book I had a hard time putting this book down Who would have thought a serial killer would fall in love.



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