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PostPosted: Mon Dec 22, 2008 6:00 pm  Post subject: Dexter Trilogy. eBooks. PDF
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Meet Dexter Morgan. He's a highly respected lab technician specializing in blood spatter for the Miami Dade Police Department. He's a handsome, though reluctant, ladies' man. He's polite, says all the right things, and rarely calls attention to himself. He's also a sociopathic serial killer whose "Dark Passenger" drives him to commit the occasional dismemberment.

Mind you, Dexter's the good guy in this story.

Adopted at the age of four after an unnamed tragedy left him orphaned, Dexter's learned, with help from his pragmatic policeman father, to channel his "gift," killing only those who deal in death themselves. But when a new serial killer starts working in Miami, staging elaborately grisly scenes that are, to Dexter, an obvious attempt at communication from one monster to another, the eponymous protagonist finds himself at a loss. Should he help his policewoman sister Deborah earn a promotion to the Homicide desk by finding the fiend? Or should he locate this new killer himself, so he can express his admiration for the other's "art?" Or is it possible that psycho Dexter himself, admittedly not the most balanced of fellows, is finally going completely insane and committing these messy crimes himself?

Despite his penchant for vivisection, it's hard not to like Dexter as his coldly logical personality struggles to emulate emotions he doesn't feel and to keep up his appearance as a caring, unremarkable human being. Breakout author Jeff Lindsay's plot is tense and absorbing, but it's the voice of Dexter and his reactions to the other characters that will keep readers glued to Darkly Dreaming Dexter, as well as making it one of the most original and highly recommended serial killer stories in a long time. --Benjamin Reese


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Dexter the Demon, Dexter the Avenger—whatever he chooses to call himself, the hero of this intelligent, darkly humorous series knows he's a monster who loves slicing people into little pieces. That Dexter limits his killing to "acceptable" victims—usually other serial killers—is designed to keep the reader from having to worry too much about the morality of his avocation. Dexter's just added his 40th victim, a homicidal pedophile, and is eagerly looking ahead to number 41 when he becomes involved in a case through his job as a blood spatter analyst at the Miami-Dade police forensics lab. A man is found with "everything on [his] body cut off, absolutely everything"—a piece of work that makes Dexter's own tidy killings look like child's play. This madman, nicknamed Danco, spends weeks surgically removing his victims' ears, lips, nose, arms, legs, etc., while keeping them alive to watch their own mutilation. Despite a certain professional admiration for Danco's dexterity, Dexter decides to take on the case. It's the contradictions in Dexter's character that make it all work—he's smart, he's funny, he cares for children, and yet he has no normal human responses or emotions. The first book in the series, Darkly Dreaming Dexter, was very well received; this one should be as well, and deservedly so.
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In Lindsay's third novel to feature endearing Miami cop and serial killer Dexter Morgan (after 2005's Darkly Devoted Dexter), the Dark Passenger, the voice inside Dexter's head that from time to time drives him to the Theme Park of the Unthinkable, inexplicably disappears while Morgan is investigating a gruesome double murder on the University of Miami campus. The crime scene, at which two co-eds were ritualistically burned and beheaded, gives even the human vivisection–loving vigilante the creeps. As the burned and beheaded body count continues to mount, Morgan realizes that the force behind the killings is something even more evil than his Dark Passenger. Though the macabre wit that powered the first two installments of this delightfully dark series (also a hit on TV's Showtime) is still evident, this third entry takes a decidedly deep introspective turn as Dexter is forced to contemplate not only life without his enigmatic companion but also who—or what—he truly is. (Sept.)
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 10:45 pm  Post subject: Re: Dexter Trilogy. eBooks. PDF
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 13, 2009 1:07 am  Post subject: Re: Dexter Trilogy. eBooks. PDF
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Id like to have these in audio books...

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 13, 2009 10:45 pm  Post subject: Re: Dexter Trilogy. eBooks. PDF
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here you go

at least the 1st one for now

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 14, 2009 12:37 am  Post subject: Re: Dexter Trilogy. eBooks. PDF
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 16, 2009 10:26 pm  Post subject: Re: Dexter Trilogy. eBooks. PDF
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Not as good as the show for some reason, or my view was at least tainted with the show.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 9:10 am  Post subject: Re: Dexter Trilogy. eBooks. PDF
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cool stuff... any more audio books?

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 9:58 am  Post subject: Re: Dexter Trilogy. eBooks. PDF
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All three are on news if you have access, or if someone else can bring over to ed2k...

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 02, 2009 5:05 pm  Post subject: Re: Dexter Trilogy. eBooks. PDF
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Finally listened to the audiobook.

Contrary to what others have said, I was surprised to see how true the series was to the book. It's almost a scene by scene adaptaion. The only difference was the size of Dexter's sister's boobs (in the book they are described as rather big) and a tiny change of who lives and who dies at the end.

Quite a mediocre book actually.. Ok, but nothing special.

I also agree that the series is actually better.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 02, 2009 6:25 pm  Post subject: Re: Dexter Trilogy. eBooks. PDF
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John_Doe wrote:
The only difference was the size of Dexter's sister's boobs (in the book they are described as rather big)

I also agree that the series is actually better.

Now you are contradicting yourself :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 02, 2009 6:41 pm  Post subject: Re: Dexter Trilogy. eBooks. PDF
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haha..

sadly, reading about big boobs does nothing for me...

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