Get a load of this sweet baby:
You know, for kids.
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But the title is not as brilliant as the original one.
Sweet! I like that your name is on the top this time.
will this be out before the original version (english)
Now that’s what Kennedy should have said at the Berlin Wall in 1962
No, really. Which cover is your favorite?
I like this one, by the way. It has a great feel to it.
Sweet. I concur it is wicked.
The cover makes me want to buy the book, knowing I won’t sleep with out a nightlight for a week after reading it.
Dan, you really need to have an email or something so readers can send you comments after they read your book!
But this will do.
I just finished I am NOT a Serial Killer and I thought it was fantastic. I never thought I’d feel empathetic towards a sociopath, but I -loved- John. I think the character empathy was the best part of the book for me.
I recall you telling Sanderson’s class that you get a lot of people wondering if you’re a psycho because of this book, and I can see why, since you did such a great job of capturing the mind of an on-the-brink serial killer. This book was great. I look forward to Mr. Monster.
Keep it up!
today I read your book “Mr. Monster” (in german) and loved it, almost every side of it … the other sides …frightend me. But it´s fantastic, dark and wonderful. Thank you, for this book and I can´t wait, to read the next one.
…sorry for possibly bad english … I´m not antive writer
My mom is SO not letting me buy this…
@ Narmion – The title is exactly the same like in english. It was traslated word by word. So, how can it be ‘not as briliant as the original one’? I really don’t understand what you mean…
@ Mr Dan Wells – Reading the first two John Wayne Cleaver novels was a great pleasure, even though it was also sometimes frightening. I love your ideas, and I love how you put them on paper. Sometimes I am a bit reminded of Jeff Lindsay’s Dexter I’ve read the books in english as well as in german (which is my mother tongue btw). Normally the feeling of a book is better while reading the original language it was written in, but in the case of your novels I can assure you that the german translation doesn’t lack anything. The translator must be a fan of yours – to do such a good job.
And, just for the record, I can’t wait for part 3. Thank you for sharing such a great story with us.
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I cover US and Germany pretty well. Which country should I visit for a book tour next?
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