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Sort order. Start your review of One by One Robert Hunter, 5. May 30, Emma rated it it was amazing. Upping this to 5 stars on my reread because it's bloody terrifying. I knew it deserved an extra star when I was forced to check all the potential hiding places in my hotel room last night. Just in case View all 6 comments.
Shelves: graphic-gory-bits , maxines-favourites , serial-killer-at-work , crime-books-read , could-not-put-down , favourite-authors-read. A serial killer is at work. Not just any serial killer, but one that puts the power and choices in the hands of the public.
Broadcasting live on the internet, this serial killer asks the general public to vote on which more horrific manner of death they want a total stranger to undergo. And vote they do. Human beings voting to see a horrific death. That's the fiction part of the book, but you know what?
I bet that if such a scenario did happen live on the internet that there is plenty of sick pe A serial killer is at work. I bet that if such a scenario did happen live on the internet that there is plenty of sick people that would vote, and not only vote but WATCH, with glee.
It's a dark world out there. I love Chris Carter's writing because his imagery is fantastically horrific, this book had me turning away in sections and I am not easily turned, I read the most horrific of serial killer and horror novels, but yet again Chris Carter got under my skin with some of the kill and torture scenes.
Sheer genius. If you have not met Detective Robert Hunter before, now is the time, he is a genius Detective, super brainy and has the special skill of seeing the psychological element in any murder, profiling and second guessing the killer. All of the books featuring him are fantastic, I have read a few now.
He works with his partner Andy Garcia and both are very likeable and tangible characters. Robert Hunter is a loner, I feel sad for him at times, but on the job he is outstanding and really likeable. Somewhat flawed yes, but outstanding. Horrific in itself, but then the killer throws in a twist, and it's mind blowing, evil, shocking and graphic.
The hunt is on but this killer is cyber clever, avoiding even the most advanced searches for him on the internet, and the killer is cleverly avoiding being pinpointed by the most expert of police and FBI cyber crimes computer geniuses. He has the upper hand for most of the book, it's edge of your seat stuff. The killer's next ploy is to broadcast on the web his next victim and let the public vote on the method of torture and death, and vote they do.
It's all streamed live on the internet, the torture and kill methods are bizarre and cruel, shocking and the stuff of nightmares, we are not talking slasher killings here. Not for the weak of stomach I might add. Even this hard core serial killer fiction reader was struggling with some images.
The plot is fantastic, paced well from the start, the dialogue is great, the characters really shine, the story reveals itself bit by bit but you really are kept guessing for the majority of the book, no clues as to the killer's identity or indeed if Robert Hunter is going to get even close to capturing the killer in time before more and more lives are lost in this most barbaric of ways.
What will the public vote next? I read this book over a few hours, could not put it down, by the final third of the book I was frantically turning pages, the ending is spectacularly good, I was nearly hyperventilating reading it!
Chris Carter manages to keep his reader well engaged from start to finish in books that for me, are a cut above most of the crime fiction books I read and love. He's up there with the very best. I can't rave enough about how much I enjoyed this book, I love it when I can read and lose track of all surroundings around me until I emerge back into reality when the book ends. Robert Hunter is a formidable character that I love, I love his brain and how he operates, the whole series is fantastic.
Highly recommended. If you are looking for a top notch crime book with a sophisticated serial killer plot, plenty of tense moments, some new and interesting kill scenes and a race to the spectacular finish line then you have found it.
Here it is. Bet you love it! Which of the kill scenes will YOU find the most disturbing? I am not telling which one was mine. But seriously, I might have nightmares. View all 9 comments. In general I enjoyed the story as much as the previous one's in the series. I'm still wondering why the FBI was involved since outside of explaining internet terminology his presence was useless and I just saw it as a filler for some pages the author needed.
It's ok to be misleaded in a crime novel but I would have liked if the author has giv 3. It's ok to be misleaded in a crime novel but I would have liked if the author has given me some clues and other persons of interest and the chance to figure who it was along with the detectives.
It feels like I'm reading and reading and I'm only waiting for when Hunter will have the epiphany or find a clue as to who it is and then tell me the reader while explaining it also to his colleagues. I also must confess that it was the first book in the series that I didn't want Hunter to hook up with any female character that came into view since I didn't make much of them.
As always the working relationship and chemistry between Hunter and Garcia is a big plus while reading the story and of course Captain Blake that adds a nice female touch to the duo. The perpetrator in this story is using the internet and the need of people to have an opinion about everything and the pleasure they find in the power they hold by voting even when a human's life is at risk.
We see people daily vote for whatever and whoever in every kind of reality show that makes one wonder what would happen in Chris Carter's imaginary scenario used for his story was suddenly real?
I hope that I never have to find out and I still have faith in the good in us! Mar 07, Ami rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery-suspense-thriller , 4-stars-and-more-but-less-than Every single books that he has written just grips me from the get go -- it is so fast paced and intense, I always feel like on edge of my seat or bed, wherever I am when I read. This latest book again gives a captivating story -- but more so than the previous books, I feel that it also 4.
This latest book again gives a captivating story -- but more so than the previous books, I feel that it also has a good message behind all those gruesome and horrific murders. Chris Carter questions society that thrives on voting an outcome of someone else's life Chapter Or in this case on the method of killing people, simply to fill their curiosity.
How people enjoy violent things -- the more violent the better. I can't help thinking that since I love reading this; I'm also part of this 'sick' society.
Though in my defense, this is fiction, and only in pages. But at the same time, I know that it could easily happen in real life. And the motivation between the murders sadden me as well. Because again, it taps the question about society and how they're easily giving out vicious comments on Internet on things that they don't completely know or understand. Simply because it's entertaining. The Internet trolls. So, story wise, this is really, really good.
Combined with how it makes me ponder about the era of Internet and social media, it easily makes this latest installment another favorite.
I do have complains. I don't really like how Robert solves the case. It's a bit out of the blue. Robert can't find or link any clues related to the murders beforehand. Then suddenly he view spoiler [sees road signs hide spoiler ] and his mind clicks. It is too " deus ex machina " of a plot for me. I'm rather sad that there is no more information about her in the end. The ending is -- well, not a cliffhanger, but maybe more of an open choice, and I would be waiting on what decision will be taken.
View 2 comments. This series just more and more gruesome as it goes! I love it!. So many sick and twisted ways to kill people. Robert Hunter has to be one of my favourite characters..
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