Review: Apostle Lacey Crowe

Apostle - Lacey Crowe

I received this book to give an honest review.

I do not see a trigger warning but here it is. There is death, rape, torture and I say this should be read by 18 on up. 

This book is told though the eyes of a serial killer but not just one serial killer. We start the story with Benji and we get a feel on who he is as a person he doesn't want a relationship but it all changes when he meets Beth. She is something special to him so he takes her under his wing and teaches her his ways. They have fun for a bit, and even though they are not together you can see how Beth starts falling for Benji but being a serial killer he doesn't have emotions so it is like he doesn't even know. When one decision comes about we are thrown into a huge twist in this story one I didn't see coming and let me tell you it gets graphic and is not for the faint of heart. 

This book is filled with a lot of violence and I felt for one of the main characters it broke my heart the hand that was dealt but Karma always has a way of coming back. I thought it was pretty neat how Benji and Beth try to live normal lives but never get close to anyone until Sam comes along. 

Can a love change a serial killer? 

I really enjoyed this story through the eyes of a serial killer and a victim. Yes I said victim because once you get towards the middle-end part that is what one person becomes. 

I know this book is not real but it makes you think of the crazy serial killers that are out there and you hope you never meet one.