Now this memoir, well… I don’t know what to think.
This book really does open your mind to a world within our own that we hardly consider. It lets us into a deeper mindset that not all of us can comprehend, and I must admit I’m still have trouble coming to terms with it.But as an educational read… Wow.I don’t think this book can be summed up so easily as a good book because it’s deeper than that. It makes you think about how individual all of us are, how big our existence is in other minds.
It’s scared me a little if I’m going to be brutally honest, on a psychological level that really shows how politically incorrect our society can be sometimes, if not always. I wholeheartedly believe in the cause of this book, to make awareness of what we know them to be “sociopaths” and now that I’ve read this, I believe that term come with prejudice.
An eye-opening recommended read.