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My Friend Dahmer
My Friend Dahmer | Derf Backderf
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NATIONAL BESTSELLER 2013 ALA/YALSA Alex Award 2014 Revelation Award at Angoulême 2015 ALA/YALSA Alex Award (Excellence in Narrative Nonfiction)   You only think you know this story. In 1991, Jeffrey Dahmer—the most notorious serial killer since Jack the Ripper—seared himself into the American consciousness. To the public, Dahmer was a monster who committed unthinkable atrocities. To Derf Backderf, "Jeff" was a much more complex figure: a high school friend with whom he had shared classrooms, hallways, and car rides. In My Friend Dahmer, a haunting and original graphic novel, writer-artist Backderf creates a surprisingly sympathetic portrait of a disturbed young man struggling against the morbid urges emanating from the deep recesses of his psyche—a shy kid, a teenage alcoholic, and a goofball who never quite fit in with his classmates. With profound insight, what emerges is a Jeffrey Dahmer that few ever really knew, and one readers will never forget.   Also available by Derf Backderf, Trashed. Praise for My Friend Dahmer: "The tone is sympathetic and enraged (‘Where were the damn adults?’), while not excusing or making the story unduly fascinating. Backderf’s writing is impeccably honest in not exculpating his own misdeeds . . . and quietly horrifying. A small, dark classic." —Publishers Weekly (starred review)? "One of the best graphic novels I've read this year." -- USA Today's PopCandy "One of the most thought-provoking comics released in a long time." -- Slate.com? "Carefully researched and sourced with ample back matter, Backderf’s tragic chronicle of what shouldn’t have been is a real butt-kicker for educators and youth counselors as well as peers of other potential Dahmers. Highly recommended for professionals as well as true crime readers." —Library Journal "This isnt a cautionary tale. Its insight sharedinsight arriving too late to save Dahmers victims, let alone Jeff himself, but perhaps soon enough to remind both teens and their caretakers that questioning peculiar behavior might be a better tack than ignoring or exploiting it." -- School Library Journal? "Fortunately, cartoonist Derf Backderf isn't one to avoid the troubling, even terrifying, truths that lurk in the dark recesses of that notorious serial killer's early lifeand modern American life itself." -- Foreword Reviews "A powerful, unsettling use of the graphic medium to share a profoundly disturbing story. . . . An exemplary demonstration of the transformative possibilities of graphic narrative." —Kirkus Reviews (starred review) "Masterful. . . a rich tale full of complexity and sensitivity . . . There's something about Dahmer's life and crimes that seems almost crafted for treatment in the murky world of comix. Yet it's empathy and nuance, not gore, that put My Friend Dahmer alongside Alison Bechdel's Fun Home and David Small's Stitches in the annals of illustrated literature." —Cleveland Plain Dealer "A new classic of the graphic novel genre. . . . A moving book that qualifies as one of the great graphic novels, a work of art." —Creative Loafing "A well-told, powerful story. Backderf is quite skilled in using comics to tell this tale of a truly weird and sinister 1970s adolescent world."?—R. Crumb? "Anyone who opens My Friend Dahmer to satisfy a morbid curiosity, and likewise anyone who expects to find no more than a cynical publishing venture here, is bound for disappointment. It is a horrifying read, yes, not so much for what it reveals about the sad early (and inevitably terrible) life of Jeffrey Dahmer, but because of what it reveals about the bland emotional landscape of Middle America, in this vision a petri dish for psychoses in many degrees and forms.?Backderf’s odd stylization, with figures that look like organic robots, is a perfect vehicle for this conception. His graphic approach is grotesque, droll, and it rags on reality as masses of kids knew and still know it.?Lots of books exist about the agonies and cruelty of the adolescent high school experience, but few so compellingly bring us straight into that soulless environment, showing the ways it can shelter, allow to burgeon, and, at the same time, be completely blind to real madness.?It wasn’t easy reading this book, but I’m glad I did."?—David Small, author and illustrator of Stitches, a National Book Award finalist and #1 New York Times bestseller "Stunning. Horrifying. Beautifully done."?—Alison Bechdel, author and illustrator of Fun Home, a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist "My Friend Dahmer is a brilliant graphic novel and surely ranks among the very best of the form. Like Alison Bechdel’sFun Home, the book plumbs a dark autobiographical mystery, trying in retrospect to understand actions and motivations to piece together the makings of a tragedy. Like Charles Burns’s Black Hole, it’s a starkly etched portrait of the horror of high school in the 1970s. Comparisons aside, My Friend Dahmer is entirely original, boldly and beautifully drawn, and full of nuance and complexity and even a strange tenderness. Out of the sordid and grotesque details of Dahmer’s life, Derf has fashioned a moving and complex literary work of art."?—Dan Chaon, award-winning author of Among the Missing and You Remind Me of Me "Just when you think you know all there is to know about Jeffrey Dahmer— one of the most notorious criminals of the past century—along comes My Friend Dahmer, which adds significantly to our understanding of this rare form of psychopathology. The graphic novel format helps the reader appreciate the adolescent mind-set of Dahmer’s high school classmates. Although none of those who grew up with Dahmer expected to hear what they learned on July 22, 1991, when he was caught, no one was really surprised, either.?This unique book allows the reader to listen in on the fascinating reminiscences of those who watched the developing mind of a future serial killer."?—Louis B. Schlesinger, PhD, Professor of Forensic Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice "It’d be so easy to pigeonhole and think that the reason you can’t stop reading My Friend Dahmer is because it offers a voyeuristic peek inside the monster. And it does. But as it turns its self-aware eye on the boy who doesn’t belong, the real magic trick is how equally hateful and sad you feel for the monster himself. This one’s still haunting me."?—Brad Meltzer, author of Identity Crisis and The Inner Circle, a #1 New York Times bestseller?? "As someone who walked the halls of Revere High School with both Backderf and Dahmer and was there from the beginning, I am astounded by the accuracy and truthfulness of this portrait. I know of no other work that so clearly shows the teenage days of an American monster, long before the rest of the world heard of him. Mesmerizing."?—Mike Kukral, PhD, Revere High School class of 1978, Professor of Geography, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, author of Prague 1989: Theater of Revolution "If you want to read a heavy story about a disturbing teenager, My Friend Dahmer will certainly quench your dark little desires. But this book is about a lot of other things that matter much, much more: the institutionalized weirdness of the suburban seventies, what it means to be friends with someone you don’t really like, a cogent explanation as to why terrible things happen, and a means for feeling sympathy toward those who don’t seem to deserve it."?—Chuck Klosterman, author of Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto?and The Visible Man "A solid job. Putrid serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s origins are explored in this fine book. Dig it—it’ll hang you out to dry."?—James Ellroy, author of My Dark Places and L.A. Confidential
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Well-ReadNeck
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Victoriahoperose I really liked this book! 1w
Henrik_Madsen Great review about a book with a really disturbing theme. 1w
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Gina
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This morning's treadmill distraction.

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BookishRedhead
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Different kind of memoir.
If you didn't know who he was then you might feel sorry for him.
Classic kind of tragic life.

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Wow, honestly a real eye opener. It's one of those types of stories where even some kind of adult intervention could have drastically changed his life and saved so many lives. I guess without people like him though we wouldn't be able to figure out key signs to prevent future serial killers or catch them sooner. Either way, it shines a light from a different side from someone who actually met him and knew him, well, to what he let them know.

vivastory Great review. I thought it was an interesting book, I also recommend Backderf's strangely compelling & informative graphic novel 5mo
fandom_hellspawn99 I'll definitely check it out! His works have intriguiged me! @vivastory 5mo
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#WonderousWednesday @Eggs
1. I don't know why, I don't remember much about my childhood, but well I was about 5 and some little boy kicked sand in my baby brother's eyes so I clotheslined him off the swingset. Good times 😂
2. Younger brother
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4. My Friend Dahmer by Derf Backderf
5. @Birdsong28 @Cinfhen

Birdsong28 Thanks for the tag 😘📚📖 5mo
Cinfhen Thanks for thinking of me 🥰 it‘s really amazing what our minds remember 5mo
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3 ⭐
I picked this up on a whim because I have a fascination with serial killers. I enjoyed Backderf's writing style and artwork, but I also felt like he was trying to capitalise on a vague association that he used to have with someone who's now infamous.

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m.galehuxley
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This was interesting. Usually, stories about serial killers skim through early life and focus on the horror. Now it‘s time to watch the movie.

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Today is the first day of #halfbloodbingo #bookbingo and I started off with some quick reads. This graphic novel was eerie and full of potent for everyone things to come. A cool read.

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AdaChivers
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An amazing and shocking graphic novel about the youth of a real life serial killer.

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AlizaApp
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Makes you think about what could have been different if literally anyone had noticed how troubled Dahmer was a kid. But for all that, as Backderf tells it, there were some guys who were willing to accept him, weirdness and all, giving him what he would later recall as the only friends he‘d had.

NikkiRobson73 I loved this book did you see the movie yet? 6mo
AlizaApp @NikkiRobson73 not yet, but now I want to! 6mo
RebL People noticed. He was at school at 7a drunk. There was no mandatory reporting and people didn‘t dive into other people‘s business. I think too many looked away. Also, as time goes by, I‘m increasingly angered that blame is heaped on JD‘s mom! 6mo
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sophierayton
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This is brilliant! Graphic psychological memoirs are where it's at. Very good.

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Well-ReadNeck
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Halfway to #24B42019 !!!!

This graphic memoir is banana pants!! 🍌👖

Well documented and drawn, Backderf recounts what he remembers and pieces together about serial killer Jeffery Dahmer from high school. Creepy.

Leftcoastzen You should check out the film. 7mo
LaLecture I really liked this one too! I think it‘s fascinating to see the back story of someone people only know as a horrible serial killer. If Dahmer‘s parents or teachers had been more attentive and if he had gotten professional help, maybe many other things wouldn‘t have happened 🤔. This graphic novel really made be think about things like that. 7mo
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Not what I expected, but even better than what I thought. This is a detailed graphic novel about Jeffrey Dahmer‘s early life before he became the killer everyone knows him as. The artwork is fantastic and the story is impossible to put down. Coming round the bend with my last kitty buddy, Gatsby, cuddling with me to help finish out one more hour for 24b4monday!

TheReadingMermaid Woohoo 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 8mo
Andrew65 Simply superb, well done! 👍🙌😊👏😁 8mo
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It was an amazing and interesting book loved it. And all my friends has borrowed it and they said they loved it to

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Jeg
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A complete departure from what I usually read. I‘m not a fan of graphic novels or serial killers! However my brother was talking about the movie made based on this book and of course my graphic loving partner had a copy . She got it at an op shop for $2 and had never read it. A look at his early life by someone who went to school with him. Before the killings. Interesting but alarming. @MrsMalaprop

Rissreads Now that does sound interesting! 10mo
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#2018Book98
While the art style of this graphic novel wasn't my favorite, the book itself was great. Backderf shows the world in which Dahmer grew up, offering insight into what might have led him down the path he ultimately took. My favorite thing about this, though, was Backderf's insistence that no one forced Dahmer to become a killer; he made that decision on his own.

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I assume my level of excitement about reading this would be considered inappropriate by polite society.

Leftcoastzen I saw the movie! I felt my interest was maybe a bit inappropriate.If that makes sense.Movie was good but.. 10mo
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Lexikal
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Creepy look at Jeff Dahmer's adolescence and his slow decline inro madness.

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I loved it! The writing. The horrible “adults” who just didn‘t bother (okay they aren‘t horrible but...) the drawing. Oh and the movie adaptation was so worth the watch

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Omg @BlameJennyJane completely and totally spoiled me!! I absolutely love everything!!! I want to dive right into all three of books with a cup of tea and my candy at my side! Those Pops are FANTASTIC and I will get a ton of use out of that cool notebook! Thank you so much!!! 💜 #itstrulycriminalswap

FantasyChick I dont think I realized how much I needed killer Pops until right now!! 11mo
DiruVamp @FantasyChick IKR!!! They are amazing! 11mo
JenlovesJT47 So awesome!! 💚💚💚 11mo
BlameJennyJane Yay!!! I‘m so happy you are delighted. I had a lot of fun picking things out for you. 🤗🤗🤗 11mo
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Had to reread this one because @KUBuckeye and I were discussing it the other day. Quick read and I really enjoy the style of comic the author drew. Highly depressing, but still a great insight into the early years of #JeffreyDahmer

KUBuckeye And that conversation was totally normal. 11mo
bridge12 @KUBuckeye always talking murder with you! 11mo
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This is an excellent graphic novel. This isn‘t the tale of Dahmer‘s crimes, but instead, a personal examination of an adolescence which left one young man, isolated in the face of immense challenge and internal turmoil. What I found most powerful, was the way that Backderf consistently illustrates the missed opportunities to help. He leaves us with the enduring question- where were the adults?

everfree7 Wow, that looks difficult to read 12mo
Echo This book is sooo good! 12mo
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ClairesReads
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#readharder2018 a comic written and illustrated by the same person.

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executivespooky
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So excited to read this!

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rockabillybibliophile
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I'm having a break from For Whom the Bell Tolls to finally get into My Friend Dahmer. I'm loving it so far 😻

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Autumnlong
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Oops! I have been MIA. In that time I have sea shored & woodsed, I have held my tiny baby nephew with joy, many books have been read & I am working on a few more. Yesterday I started & finished My Friend Dahmer. It was good and sad and a little funny too. What a thing, our strange encounters in the world & with hurt & what hurt can do. Hi everyone.

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rockabillybibliophile
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Book mail arrived just in time for the weekend. I've been dying to read this 🤓 #bookmail #weekendreading

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I am a true crime fanatic. Jeffery Dahmer has always been a fascinating serial killer to me. He wasn‘t the typical person when you looked at him on the outside. After reading Derf‘s telling of the Dahmer he knew I saw the struggle he was going through and how he needed someone to be there. Very eye-opening and a must read in my book!

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My other half is away for the weekend. We are very rarely away from each other. He left me a present. It‘s a graphic novel about a serial killer! Believe it or not, this is very romantic. I‘ve never read a graphic novel but he said this could be my first - and flicking through the prologue I think he‘s right

CarolynM Welcome to Litsy🌼 14mo
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Great graphic novel for the true crime enthusiast.

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Jen2
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Oh wow 😮

LitsyGetsGraphic Grate read ❤️ 1y
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I was completely fascinated by this graphic novel (actually a biography) by a high school classmate of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer in the 1970s. It was well-researched and provided much insight into the sad and lonely teenage life of Dahmer. In fact, only two weeks after graduating from high school, Dahmer killed his first victim. Included in this edition are detailed notes as well as photos from the 2017 movie. Highly recommend!

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littlefoxlibrarian
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That was amazing. Holy shit. That‘s all I have.

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Meredith3
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#plottwist Dahmer didn‘t actually go out to eat all that often... if you catch my drift 😳 #aprella #someonestopme

emilyhaldi It‘s clear your mind has gotten lost in the Dahmer-gutter today 😂😅😱 1y
Cinfhen Dahmer didn‘t age well, based on today‘s photo montage🤪 1y
Reggie There‘s this movie called We Are What We Are that involves cannibalism. It‘s pretty good if you ever come across it. I think it‘s on Netflix. 1y
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Reviewsbylola You seriously have a problem. 😂😂 1y
Mdargusch This made me lol. 😋 1y
readordierachel I second the movie recommendation from @Reggie It was unsettling. 1y
Reggie Lol @ReadOrDieRachel yay, someone else has watched this movie!!!! 1y
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Meredith3
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Hope it‘s cool I used the same book for two separate posts.. trying to catch up. Anyway, #itsashame Jeffrey Dahmer is dead, meaning I can‘t write him letters in prison to form some sort of friendship. But at least they made this into a movie and I got to check out fake dahmer who is like totally super cute 💁🏻‍♀️ #aprella

Mdargusch I wonder why you never wrote to Charles Manson in prison? 🤔 1y
kamoorephoto 😹😹 1y
Meredith3 @Mdargusch it is my biggest regret 🤦🏻‍♀️ 1y
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somebooksaround Ross Lynch did such a good job in this role. Fascinating and terrifying. 😬 1y
emilyhaldi 🙄🙄🙄 1y
Cinfhen Everybody NEEDS a friend ~ even serial killers!!!! 1y
emilyhaldi Omg @Cinfhen you‘re really sounding like Meredith right now! 😆 1y
Cinfhen My grandma Sara went to visit prisoners and bring them books for years!!!! What more can I say... @emilyhaldi 1y
Meredith3 @josteele I completely agree! I love him! 😻 1y
Meredith3 @Cinfhen EXACTLY! Thank you! 😽 1y
Meredith3 @Cinfhen maybe I should start doing something like that... 🤔 1y
Cinfhen Hahaha, Grandma Sara would say “Bless you, Dear!” 1y
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Meredith3
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I really think Jeff wanted to be preparing #dinnerfortwo but sometimes life has its own plans 🤷🏻‍♀️ #aprella

Reviewsbylola Omg of course you would go there. 😂🤭 1y
Mdargusch 😂😂😂. You are so creative! 1y
Meredith3 @Mdargusch thank you 😊 1y
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Ddzmini 🤢🤢🤮 1y
emilyhaldi You just can‘t help yo self 🤣 1y
Cinfhen 🤣😜😬#thinkingoutsidethebox 🎉💡💡💡💡💡 1y
REHill 🤣😂🤣😂 1y
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Karkar
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Taking a slight detour before finishing up The Colour of Magic and starting #FreakyFriday April.

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Disturbing and fascinating, Backderf's account of one of the most notrious serial killers was certain to be a good read. And it was. Backderf's illustrative style fits the dark atmosphere he's attempting to create. I found the author's attempts to humanize Dahmer difficult to emphasize with, but it was a intriguing viewpoint none-the-less.

I would recommend this to anyone who has a fascination with serial killers. #comicsread2018

CouronneDhiver That would be me. Stacked 1y
RaimeyGallant Great review. 1y
EvieBee I really enjoyed this one. I‘d never considered what could have happened if he‘d gotten some help. So good! 14mo
Monique @EvieBee I did this one for a book club and it prompted some great conversation on nature vs nurture, mental health, and so on. 14mo
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This book was disturbing, but not in the way I expected. I knew I'd be reading about the development of a serial killer and was prepared for that. A lot of the story (and images) are about how the narrator and other ""normal"" kids superficially bonded with Dahmer by mocking someone with cerebral palsy (and/or Dahmer's mother, as the narrator notes; she also is treated pretty badly by the book). ?

UrsulaMonarch This IS an interesting lens for approaching both high school and how a serial killer comes about, though. 1y
RebL I hated the treatment of the mother. Yes, she was problematic, BUT the father knew this and left his son in that situation. Because the blame game happened in the end, it nearly ruined the rest of the book. 1y
UrsulaMonarch @RebL so glad I'm not the only one who felt this way! It definitely seemed like the mother could have handled things better, but she clearly had a LOT going on herself and no one seemed to be helping her (either). I was really curious how the little brother did. 1y
RebL Went on a lazy Google hunt. Can‘t find much on David except he changed his name. 1y
UrsulaMonarch @RebL I don't blame him! 1y
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I've been a Derf fan since his local weekly comic, The City, but I was reluctant to read his most famous work. It is a sad and tragic story, but I am glad he told it. Hopefully, the book will help more people recognize & help troubled kids.
Will I see the movie? Despite the fact it was filmed at my kids's school, I'm in no hurry. Too much reality for me.

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Although lacking a climax, I still enjoyed this read. Presented as a “fill in the blanks” sidepiece, it provides a different POV on Dahmer‘s life, one which may instigate empathy or sympathy within its reader.

I wouldn‘t consider the book to be overly explicit. Rather it shows a depressing trail of red flags that was ignored by his peers & family. For those wanting a deeper insight of who Dahmer was, this book could provide missing pieces.

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This was not what I expected. It‘s a graphic novel told by a young man who was friends with Jeff Dahmer in high school. However, the description makes it seem las though they were actual friends when in actuality they were more like acquaintances. The narrator was very peripheral in Dahmer‘s life and had to use other testimonies to fill in many blanks. Honestly, the story went nowhere and was missing a climactic moment within the plot.

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This was an interesting look into Dahmer‘s high school years. It‘s amazing that none of the adults picked up on how disturbed he was but all the kids knew.

Reviewsbylola Sounds very interesting. You may like this @Meredith3 1y
Readage A great, disturbing book 1y
Meredith3 @Reviewsbylola I've gotta read this! Saw the movie, it was great! 1y
mypoesoul I need to find this now! 😯 1y
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jillannjohn
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Exploring more graphic novels starting with the tagged book.

Gdsjenny Saga was good. I look forward to reading more. :) 1y
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ambam1987
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Interesting background and a glimpse into Jeffery Dahmer‘s adolescence....I‘m adding the movie to my list too. #pagetoscreen