NEW YORK, Nov. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Our fascination with serial killers is a modern day personification of death not much different than the way we viewed it in the Middle Ages: cold blooded, random, relentless, and slightly human. This dollar novel takes the reader into the mind of an everyday Grim Reaper, who signs himself as "SK." SK is also a sadist and a sexual predator obsessed with not getting caught. This modern day angel of death chooses a human prey and elaborately schemes to put her under his physical and psychological control before he inflicts pain and ultimate freedom.
With small and large screens everywhere flashing catastrophic newsbreaks, slasher films, or warlike games we are reminded daily of how fragile our lives are. A person's brush with SK is always fatal, but however pointless or bizarre his compulsions, it is human nature to look at any passing for some sense of logic or meaning. His telling is coarse, the details horrific, but he also claims an unlikely bout of telepathy between killer and victims, a death pact that professes to be mutually beneficial for predator and prey. His victims' true voices are silenced in the fervor of some dubious mysticism, but, in an unusual twist, their final thoughts can be heard in a blog that accompanies this otherwise one-sided story http://sk10one.blogspot.com/
The SK of this dollar novel is part pulp, part psychosis, and 99 percent belief that life's end holds meaningful truths that may only come with experience. His broken soul might be insane but still have stumbled on something real. Either way the price of looking is practically free.
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SOURCE Saynders Kane