ted bundy; conversations with a killer {book review!}

It’s my turn on the Blog Tour today for the Ted Bundy; Conversations with a Killer – by Stephen G. Michaud and Hugh Aynesworth.

I was interested to give this book a read after watching bits of the Netflix documentary on Ted Bundy a few months ago.

Synopsis 

The book behind the sensational Netflix series The Ted Bundy Tapes.

Ted Bundy: Conversations with a Killer was born out of more than 150 hours of exclusive interview footage with Bundy himself, recorded on death row before his execution in a Florida electric chair.

Bundy’s shocking eleventh-hour confessions to journalists Stephen G. Michaud and Hugh Aynesworth provide a horrifying insight into the twisted mind of America’s most notorious serial killer.

He was a sadistic monster.

A master manipulator.

His grisly killing spree left at least 30 innocent young women dead.

This is Ted Bundy in his own words

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My Thoughts

I found reading this book very interesting, it’s quite chilling, and a lot more detailed than preciously mentioned the Netflix doc. As the title suggests this book is basically written as soon as Bundy has spoke, following the exact conversation, so you really get a feel of the way he was, it’s a hard read in points, due to what he did, and the fact that he showed no remorse.

Within the way the book has been written you really get into the details, and into the mind of the serial killer, which is pretty terrible, but interesting. I enjoyed the format of the way it was written.

If you have an interest in Ted Bundy / or find it interesting to read about the inside of serial killers minds, and the conversations they have, when interviewed. Then I’d defiantly recommend this book.

Thanks so much to Mirror books for asking me to be involved in this Blog Tour, and for sending a copy of the book over to me.

x S

 

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