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  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • I Don't Want to Kill You
  • Dan Wells
  • English
  • 04 February 2017
  • 0765328445

10 thoughts on “I Don't Want to Kill You

  1. Miranda Reads Miranda Reads says:

    A corpse is actually the perfect friend The perfect pet I feelcomfortable with them than I do with real people. Classic John Wayne Cleaver John is your typical teenager, with the added bonus of psychopathic tendencies, an extremely rigid moral code and a wonderful family support system He knows that he wants to become a serial killer but he absolutely refuses to give in and his mom is right there to back him up I adore their mother son dynamicNo, Mom, I said No pictures B A corpse is actually the perfect friend The perfect pet I feelcomfortable with them than I do with real people. Classic John Wayne Cleaver John is your typical teenager, with the added bonus of psychopathic tendencies, an extremely rigid moral code and a wonderful family support system He knows that he wants to become a serial killer but he absolutely refuses to give in and his mom is right there to back him up I adore their mother son dynamicNo, Mom, I said No pictures But you re friend s here now, she said, waving us together Smile I don t need a picture with the flash snapped another guy That s great, Mom, thank you Send that one to Dad and tell him we re going steadyLike the previous two novels, John s morals will be tested when a new demon comes to town John made the mistake of challenging the latest one and now a rash of suicides is sweeping the town But how can he manage against such an insubstantial creature Every demon hunt leads him closer to unleash his own inner demon something that John is desperately trying to avoid.Off beat, quirky and fun Great book, great seriesIt may surprise you to know this, but there are children some of them teenage boys, just like you who actually carry on open, honest conversations with their mothers I find it very hard to believe that there are other teenage boys just like me I finished my cereal and stood up I also find it a little terrifyingI love this kidYouTube Blog Instagram Twitter Snapchat miranda.reads Happy Reading


  2. Jessica Jessica says:

    I got so into this book that I burned off a chunk of my hair trying to read and use the blowdryer at the same time I might take the chunk and mail it to DanBecause Dan is amazing His brain just doesn t work like mine does It s not that the whole serial killer thing worries meif you ask around, you will probably find quite a few of your friends know random facts about serial killers, or Jack the Ripper, or true crimes Who cares about that What amazes me about Dan Wells is the i I got so into this book that I burned off a chunk of my hair trying to read and use the blowdryer at the same time I might take the chunk and mail it to DanBecause Dan is amazing His brain just doesn t work like mine does It s not that the whole serial killer thing worries meif you ask around, you will probably find quite a few of your friends know random facts about serial killers, or Jack the Ripper, or true crimes Who cares about that What amazes me about Dan Wells is the intricacy of his plotting, and realness of his characters John Cleaver does not think like a normal human being, there is definitely something wrong with his brain, yet I care about him Every interaction he has, with his mother or sister or aunt or neighbor, is fraught with tension because you don t know how John will react or how the other person will react to him My heart just went out to him in this book as he really tried to have a normal relationship AND IT WORKED From the beginning of the first book I have thought that John s rules and his mother s overreaction to his condition have made them both forget how a normal teenager should act Teenage boys joke about death, and violence, and girls, and all sorts of things that John and his mother have decided are taboo I ve been wondering if Dan would address that, and lo and behold, he did He addressed quite a few things in this book, really, and ended John s story very well.And by very well I mean that I jumped up and shouted, HELL YES and actually pumped my arm in the air like a football fan Of course, this was after sending Dan several emails telling what page I was on and basically trying to figure out how muchhorrible this book would get before it ended Page 263 is quite, quite awful But not gory awful, I hasten to add Each of these three books has been very different I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER was sort of check it out, we ve got a potential kid serial killer and demons Look at the crazy MR MONSTER wasstraight up, SAW style horror And I DON T WANT TO KILL YOU was very emotional, very psychological What if you knew a demon was coming after you What will it look like What are you going to do about it All wrapped up in the question of, at its most basic, How disturbed is John Will he ever have a normal life It s fascinating stuff here, handled extremely well Five stars all around and two thumbs way up Just make sure you clear a good block of time to read it, because once you start there s no point in doing anything else until you re done And if you don t believe me, I can send you an envelope full of hair


  3. Marvin Marvin says:

    I just finished the John Wayne Cleaver trilogy by Dan Wells and here is my ratings for each novel I An Not a Serial Killer Four stars Mr Monster Four and a half stars I Don t Want to Kill You Five stars.I listed my rating because this is what I think a trilogy should do It should build on each book making the next one even better You should never get the feeling that the author is just trying to finish it up or complete for the pay check Dan Wells appears totally invested in each work In I just finished the John Wayne Cleaver trilogy by Dan Wells and here is my ratings for each novel I An Not a Serial Killer Four stars Mr Monster Four and a half stars I Don t Want to Kill You Five stars.I listed my rating because this is what I think a trilogy should do It should build on each book making the next one even better You should never get the feeling that the author is just trying to finish it up or complete for the pay check Dan Wells appears totally invested in each work In fact, the character of John Wayne Cleaver becomes quite complex and the reader is totally involved in how he tries to resolve his sociopathic dilemma I would call this third installment a perfect example of how to end a trilogy The author did leave room for possible sequels That is okay, in fact it is welcomed, but this trilogy is perfect the way it is.I would like to know from others what they think of the Young Adult label for this series When I read the first book, I had no idea it was promoted as YA Except for the fact that the protagonist is 15 years old, it is quite gruesome and touches on, if oh so carefully, some pretty heady topics Would you want your 13 year old to read this When I was 13 years old I would have devoured something like this but I was considered a pretty weird 13 year old Things have changed, haven t they


  4. [Name Redacted] [Name Redacted] says:

    First Read Sept 3, 2012Second Read Sept 10th, 2015 Sept 12th, 2015Third Read Oct 30th 31st, 2017I don t even know how to process my reaction to this book Wells kicks things up a notch for the apparent finale of his John Cleaver series, but much of this book is actually dedicated to John s relationships to and with other peoplethan ever, John is forced to confront who and what he is and how others see him It s incredible, it s gripping, and it s horrifying And the First Read Sept 3, 2012Second Read Sept 10th, 2015 Sept 12th, 2015Third Read Oct 30th 31st, 2017I don t even know how to process my reaction to this book Wells kicks things up a notch for the apparent finale of his John Cleaver series, but much of this book is actually dedicated to John s relationships to and with other peoplethan ever, John is forced to confront who and what he is and how others see him It s incredible, it s gripping, and it s horrifying And the final revelation of who and what Nobody is It sort of blew my mind, but should have been obvious to me all along Well done He has since released an interstitial novella awesome and a new book in the series


  5. Heidi Tighe Heidi Tighe says:

    This book didn t scare me, which confuses me because it seems like it did many others, but it thrilled me, moved me, inspired me.First, his characters in addition to John Wayne Cleaver, who s a pretty unique fellow in and of himself, Wells creates amazing characters He doesn t take shortcuts or rely on tropes and stereotypes The voluptuous most popular girl at school Guess what she s not an empty headed bimbo She s smart, reflective, even wise Wayne s mother is neither the denial ridden, This book didn t scare me, which confuses me because it seems like it did many others, but it thrilled me, moved me, inspired me.First, his characters in addition to John Wayne Cleaver, who s a pretty unique fellow in and of himself, Wells creates amazing characters He doesn t take shortcuts or rely on tropes and stereotypes The voluptuous most popular girl at school Guess what she s not an empty headed bimbo She s smart, reflective, even wise Wayne s mother is neither the denial ridden, emotionally absent parent nor the uber controlling fix it freak She s just a mom who loves her kid and who s going to insist on loving him even though he s a sociopath Brooke isn t the adoring rescuee she s the teenage girl who s freaked out because she was held hostage and had a knife at her throat.Next, plot Most of the time, I guess books endings and I m either right or disappointed because the ending I guessed was better than the ending the author used This almost always happens when I know in advance that it s a didn t see THAT coming ending But in this case, I truly didn t see that coming and what came was way better than what I expected And wells executes something else which I can t elaborate on without spoiling the book that SHOULD feel forced but doesn t because he brings it about so subtly Excellent stuff.Finally, feel I don t know why, but this series feels intimate Maybe it s because you re inside the head of an completely candid serial killer Maybe it s because the characters are so real Whatever the reason, you feel like you need to own this book because you just can t let Cleaver go I should add that this book got the MIL award my mother in law borrowed my copy and then called to ask if she could lend it to her friend Score


  6. Michael Michael says:

    I m a little sad to think the John Cleaver series is now over I was really enjoying the socially awkward teenage sociopath and his struggle through high school While the supernatural twist was a good one, I really wanted to knowabout John and his struggle with others and teenage urges I wonder if there arebooks like this.


  7. Melissa Melissa says:

    I AM SO OBSSESSED WITH THIS SERIES I highly recommend it If you are looking for something different than you normally read, if you like edgy, the supernatural, anti heros if I understand the term correctly , then you will like this.John Wayne Cleaver is a teenager John Wayne Cleaver is a sociopath In I Don t Want to Kill You, John Wayne Cleaver learns what it means to love someone And it was EPIC I was NOT expecting this ending and am very sad it went the way it did.There is so much to sa I AM SO OBSSESSED WITH THIS SERIES I highly recommend it If you are looking for something different than you normally read, if you like edgy, the supernatural, anti heros if I understand the term correctly , then you will like this.John Wayne Cleaver is a teenager John Wayne Cleaver is a sociopath In I Don t Want to Kill You, John Wayne Cleaver learns what it means to love someone And it was EPIC I was NOT expecting this ending and am very sad it went the way it did.There is so much to say about this story but to say too much will ruin it John is on the hunt for yet another killer, what he believes to be a demon But things are not what they seem, and John learns the truth almost too late But John is super smart, and he does figure things out.This killer is different than those who came before view spoiler They constantly move from person to person, seeking the perfect host body and the only way to extract themselves seems to be with the hosts death The method of death is the same, and it s not explained why it has to be that way Being deliberately vague here to not spoil things John has been driving himself crazy trying to figure things out, and I wasn t sure how he was going to get out of some of the situations he found himself in hide spoiler I can t wait to start the next book, but gah I have soooooo many other books I am neglecting by being obsessed with this series I seriously need to pace myself before I run out of books Good news is I can re listen to the entire series again And I WILL be doing that This is that kind of series for me.5 BIG stars and if you decide not to read this series, you are missing out


  8. Mike (the Paladin) Mike (the Paladin) says:

    This is the third installment in the story of our intrepid sociopathic monster hunter killer.John has a trying life, as do those who care for himor find themselves in their vicinity For the first two books I fond these books very interesting Here we got very involved in John trying to function in a world that he just doesn t get without seeming too weird, dangerousfrightening After a while here I burned out on John s frustration The story simply bogged down a bit in the middle We ve t This is the third installment in the story of our intrepid sociopathic monster hunter killer.John has a trying life, as do those who care for himor find themselves in their vicinity For the first two books I fond these books very interesting Here we got very involved in John trying to function in a world that he just doesn t get without seeming too weird, dangerousfrightening After a while here I burned out on John s frustration The story simply bogged down a bit in the middle We ve traveled this road with John but after a while the same well worn path gets, well very well worn.It does pull itself back together and advance the plot line a bit It also adds another aspect to the picture we re already building of John s world and his place in it So, I ll probably continue to follow the series The idea of John being a sociopath seemed a pretty good hook in the beginning but if the story continues to go the way it is I m not sure how much of a plus it will be We re dealing with that problem but not advancing it Possibly just my thoughts on things however Still a good read Enjoy


  9. Carolyn Storer Carolyn Storer says:

    3.5 StarsI have been waiting for I Don t Want To Kill You for what feels like forever I absolutely loved the first two John Cleaver novels and just couldn t wait to get my hands on a copy of the third and final book in this chilling trilogy I cracked this baby open with great anticipation.We meet John only a short time on from where Mr Monster finished and there is another demon in town This time it s after him John has killed two of the demons friends and it wants revenge John spends 3.5 StarsI have been waiting for I Don t Want To Kill You for what feels like forever I absolutely loved the first two John Cleaver novels and just couldn t wait to get my hands on a copy of the third and final book in this chilling trilogy I cracked this baby open with great anticipation.We meet John only a short time on from where Mr Monster finished and there is another demon in town This time it s after him John has killed two of the demons friends and it wants revenge John spends most of his time anticipating the demons moves and analysing its motives While John obsesses over this new demon, there amurders which he thinks are linked to it, and he also notices there are far too many teenage suicides where he lives and wonder s why.Unfortunately I Don t Want To Kill You didn t quite meet my expectations It may be because they were just too high I was hoping forinternal struggle from John with regards to his desires to kill and his sociopathic tendances Instead it felt he was just a young kid wanting to solve a murder There really wasn t that much darkness or intensity, or the mention of John s rules that were so prevalent in I Am Not A Serial Killer and Mr Monster.I was to see John on the cuspe of finding out whether his serial killer compulsions were his truth or something he could resist But John s development halted I also felt that this time there was slightly too much repetition With I Am Not A Serial Killer the mention of all the activity which went on behind the scenes in his mother s morgue were gruesome, vivid, and gave a certain depth to John and his dark side It suited his personality at that time In this book, I felt it had already been done and we really didn t have to go there again I understood what it meant to John to work there and handle dead bodies I didn t need to be reminded throughout this instalment.Because of this, I didn t think that John s development as a person moved forward John s relationships with girls also intensified, but it didn t really seem to bother him that much, even when it begins to get intimate with holding hands, hugging and kissing The John in I Am Not A Serial Killer and Mr Monster would have been totally freaked out by this If John was much older I may have seen this as character development, but because these books are all in the span of about a year it just didn t work for me.VERDICT Despite my disappointment with some aspects of I Don t Want To Kill You it is still a very good and engaging read in its own right, I just expectedfrom the last instalment of such a dark and thrilling series I m also not sure I m particularly happy with the ending or think it was fitting for such a complex and dark character as John I felt it was maybe a little bit predictable, and safe However, I still enjoyed it and would recommend this series in a heartbeat, as overall it is utterly brilliant


  10. Zemira (Kylo Ren fangirl) Warner Zemira (Kylo Ren fangirl) Warner says:

    OMG What a perfect book I don t think Dan Wells can top I Don t Want to Kill You Plot is disturbing, main character is sociopath yet you cheer for him With every book John feels less upset about wanting to kill and can t wait to see what he s going to do next.


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Dan Wells is a thriller Want to Kindle Ò and science fiction writer Born in Utah, he spent his early years reading and writing He is he author of the Partials series Partials, Isolation, Fragments, and Ruins , the John Cleaver series I Am Not a Serial Killer, Mr Monster, and I Don t Want To Kill You , and a few I Don't PDF/EPUB or others The Hollow City, A Night of Blacker Darkness, etc He was a Campbell nomine for best new writer, and has won a Hugo award for his work on the podcast Writing Excuses the podcast is also a multiple winner of the Parsec Award.