Killing Matt Cooper has an interesting premise but I was expecting more than I actually got from this book. I like that you get inside the killers head but the problem is that he's boring. I was expecting more violence but it simply isn't there. If I'm inside the head of a killer I want action, something that will either cheer him or despise him.
There are quite a few books like Killing Matt Cooper and while it wasn't a bad book it just felt dry to me. I would love to see a sequel to this just to see What these characters are up too. To see it end the way it did was a bit disappointing because that was one aspect of the book I did like.
Any book that features a cameo from Kirk Cameron and The Westboro Baptist Church as the villains is a book I would have to read. I saw the title and yeah my inner ten year old was laughing like crazy.
If you have a twisted sense of humor this is a book you have to read. Tons of demons that fart green fire, and a group of demon hunters that mesh together quite well. Did I mention that the book was funny and does feature a ton of great gross out humor?
W.W. Pecker sent me a free copy of this and I thought that was pretty cool but given the title I wasn't expecting much in the way of storytelling. Anything with a title like this isn't going to be a book you would expect to have a plot right?
The plot here is simple and straightforward. Despite the subject matter it is well written and yes, even juvenile at times, but that's really why I read it. This is a great beginning to a series that I plan on reading.