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Suspect Zero

Suspect Zero In this terrifying tale by New York Times bestselling author Richard Kadrey a young aspiring serial killer goes in search of a mentor the supreme the ultimate killer What he finds is much greater an

  • Title: Suspect Zero
  • Author: Richard Kadrey
  • ISBN: 9780062230676
  • Page: 114
  • Format: ebook
  • In this terrifying tale by New York Times bestselling author Richard Kadrey, a young aspiring serial killer goes in search of a mentor the supreme, the ultimate killer What he finds is much greater and much worse than he ever could have imagined.

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    1. This was a pretty good short story about a boy who is a killer who is searching for the ultimate serial killer named Suspect Zero to teach him how to kill but gets more than he bargains for. Want to read more? Look for this short story at your local library and wherever books are sold.

    2. Suspect Zero is a short macabre story of the extremely creepy kind. A young man hitching a ride – On the hunt for a murderous legend. Who he finds isn’t exactly who he expected. From one old murderer to a young one. They feel each other out and we spend a night following them around while they perform their twisted ‘work’.I didn’t go into this one with any expectations because I didn’t even read the description. I just saw the name Richard Kadrey and was all ‘Yes, I should so read [...]

    3. I was looking for an audiobook narrated by Wil Wheaton and came across this intriguing title. Unfortunately, my public library didn't have the audiobook version, so I read the ebook instead. Quick read. Maybe 30-45 minutes.I really liked the dialogue between the truck driver and Gabriel. Interesting to overhear the mentor/mentee relationship develop. The mentor's lines seemed like solid advice to an entrepreneurial serial killer. There was a scene with three drunk girls that turned my stomach mo [...]

    4. Now unlike the last book I commented on the sandman slim title this is a standalone title and for that I enjoyed it just as much but was able to place it far mor easily . That said once you have read it you will recognise a tried and tested storyline but it is told with a different twist and with an interesting few extra details so much so that there is room there for more tales around that world or even a sequel or two I think as an experimental short story it was great and shows so interesting [...]

    5. I really enjoyed this short story. The puddles of blood, the creepy banter between master and protege, and the final sit down in the netherworld all came together perfectly. Definitely recommend for fans of Richard Kadrey.

    6. Suspect Zero is a five chapter short story by Richard Kadrey, the author of the Sandman Slim series. Suspect Zero is a much darker story - if that can be possible - more of a horror story than urban fantasy. The author is a fantastic story teller and even if I didn't really enjoy the subject matter, the story is a compelling read. Suspect Zero is the story of a serial killer and his "apprentice." There's lots of senseless killing, and it is really hard to feel any connection to the main characte [...]

    7. I was a little disappointed in this novella from Richard Kadrey, whose Sandman Slim novels never fail to please with fresh and surprising characters and plots that keep me guessing. Suspect Zero, from the title to the last page, was pretty dull and predictable, offering nothing new or unexpected to a seasoned reader of this genre. The story unfolded a bit like an episode of the Twilight Zone, but since we've all seen that episode a hundred times before. there's little in the story to keep a read [...]

    8. A short story about a serial killer looking for the ultimate serial killer with typical Kadrey violence and paranormal twist. I didn't get to read it when it was released, but it really reminds of the premise for Seanan McGuire's Sparrow Hill Road about this paranormal world of ghosts based on American urban legends where the roads (with the hitchhikers and old time diners) figure prominently. I enjoyed it a lot. Being a short, it doesn't really get into how it all works, but it is intriguing en [...]

    9. I love Kadrey.I read his everything, but this one, while fun, was broadcast.It ended too fast (yeah, I know-short story, but still).I am looking forward to the next "Sandman Slim" installment.I would be interested in seeing if Kadrey wanted to flesh our "Suspect Zero" protagonist out.It has promise, but it just so feels like an outline.Read it because it is Kadrey and you KNOW you want to, but don't look for a totally satisfying ending.Namaste~

    10. a short novela. its the story of a young aspiring serial killer looking for a mentor. what is that old saying be careful what you wish for you just might get it. well he does find a mentor and he gets more than he bsrgined for. it was a quick enjoyable read and there was a little twist at the end. Richard Kadrey has become a favorite author of mine and I am looking forward to reading more of his works. I also liked the fact this story has chapters unlike the 4 Sandman Slim stories I've read

    11. serial killer yang meninggalkan jejak & menyimpan bagian tubuh korban sebagai obsesi dalam setiap pembunuhan yang dilakukan selalu mempunyai daya tarik besar apapun plot ceritanyaspect zero mungkin cerita yang standar,readersmun dapat memberimu persepsi lain tentang motif memebunuh & pembunuhan.

    12. This story is alright - the characters are interesting enough, and it shifts back and forth unpredictably, going in a slightly crooked direction than what you expect. What's most intriguing is barely there - the slivers of a mythology barely touched on. It makes me want to know much mor ethan what we get.

    13. Man oh man. Talk about dark and twisted. But this is Richard Kadrey we're talking about, and he doesn't write about sunshine and rainbows. Still, this was a very engaging, grim story that actually made you feel sympathy for the main killer. I mean, character. I found it to be just the right length, and truly enjoyed the ending.

    14. Richard Kadrey has a short tale about a murdering truck driver, Suspect Zero (electronic from Harper Voyager) and a young man who wants to be his protegé. Needless to say the driver is far more than he seems and the young man helplessly outclassed. Review Published by the Philadelphia Weekly Press

    15. I was hoping for something that has an over-the-top humor approach similar to the Sanman Slim books. This short story seems to be more serious in presenting arbitrary murder. It comes a little too close to glorifying the life of a professional killer for my tastes, but the writing is crystal clear and dramatic.

    16. a wonderful, dark, satiric, gruesome short Story about somebody searching for his true meaning in life and discovering that not everything is at it seems.you enjoy dark stories that may not end the way you imagine? you will love this one!

    17. Quite disappointed in this, perhaps mainly because I normally love Kadrey´s writing so much. Nothing wrong with the story, but it feels more like the introduction to a novel that never comes than a self-contained short story.

    18. Well, if this wasn't disturbing. Also I would say bordering on unfair towards the end. All those poor people didn't have a snowball's chance in hell.

    19. Great book. Good enough to read again. and again. And again. I've read it twice already. It's just too damn short.

    20. Short horror story by Richard Kadrey. As usual, I expected a Sandman Slim level story, but was left with a washed down Joe Hill story instead. Not a bad read, but *shrug*

    21. 2.5 stars - I really don't know what to think of this short story, I wish it included more back story but I'm sure that will be covered in future editions.

    22. Good; Short. I think I would have liked an appendix about native american mythology, but I live in a world of , so it should be ok.

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