SKA: Serial Killers Anonymous

Group therapy can be dangerous…

Unable to seek conventional help, seven serial killers band together in their own unique support group, attempting to quell their unnatural cravings. Led by a former nurse, they gather in dark basements and share the most intimate details of their murders as they attempt to heal their dysfunction.

Forging a fragile trust, they suppress the urge to kill. And as more and more members accomplish breakthroughs, the group agrees to stop slaughtering.

But one member of the group isn’t truly convinced. And they will do whatever it takes to end therapy. The hunters are about to become the prey.

My Review

I am a fan of serial killer books. So, when I saw this book, I got excited and intrigued at the same time. I just knew that I had to check this book out. Thank goodness, it turned out to be good.

Jesse is an undercover agent. He is haunted by the murder of his sister. He seeks revenge by finding his sister's killer. He goes undercover to Serial Killers Anonymous aka SKA. A group of serial killers looking to repent their sins. They each take turns sharing their stories or kills. You have killers that hunt people for sport, and rapist to name a few. While, the killers are vicious as are the crimes; there are not a lot of details spent on the crimes. Therefore, even the weak at heart can still read this book. Yet, there is language used but in context of the story. For the most part this was a fast read. At times I did feel like there was some repetition. The ending was good. Last comment is about the killers. Another reader mentioned that they wished that there were less killers featured and more details spent on the crimes so that they could get to know the killers better. In my opinion; I did not have a problem with the multiple killers featured. I did feel like I got to know them quite well as there was enough time spent with each killer taking their turn in the spotlight.

SKA Meeting Rules:

Before you are invited to attend you must not have a current subject tin your possession.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop killing.
No names.
New people must share first.
We leave our judgments at the door.
God will not be our excuse.
We must accept responsibility for our own actions.
We must change from an irresistible impulse to an impulse resisted.
When we see a potential victim we must remember they are a living thinking person.
Final rule: What is discussed in the group stays in the group.


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