Obsessed by twisted desires and shocking perversions, this new breed of teenage sociopath is consumed by only one thing: the thrill of the kill Now, in "Killer Kids" come the most savage cases of youthful violence ever reported.Read the horrifying accounts of:Pearl, Mississippi, where Luke Woodham, a devotee of a Hitler-worshiping Satanist, allegedly took a rifle and openeObsessed by twisted desires and shocking perversions, this new breed of teenage sociopath is consumed by only one thing: the thrill of the kill Now, in "Killer Kids" come the most savage cases of youthful violence ever reported.Read the horrifying accounts of:Pearl, Mississippi, where Luke Woodham, a devotee of a Hitler-worshiping Satanist, allegedly took a rifle and opened fire on a group of fellow high school students, killing his ex-girlfriend along with her companion and wounding seven others.Paducah, Kentucky, where Michael Carneal, a freshman at Health High School, allegedly drew a .22 caliber from his backpack and opened fire on a prayer group of forty students, killing three girls.Jonesboro, Arkansas, where Andrew Golden and Mitchell Johnson allegedly carried thirteen weapons to Westside Middle School and unleashed a hail of bullets, injuring ten children and killing four girls and a teacher who had shielded a pupil with her own body.Phillip Negrete, the Des Moines, Iowa high school gang-leader who crushed a stranger's skull with a hammer for fifty cents and a six-pack of beer.Georgia's Billy Shane Willingham, who proved his love for his thirteen-year-old bride-to-be by setting fire to his own father.Yong Ho Han, who fatally stabbed his Long Island classmate with a kitchen knife which he later imbedded in the scalp of a twelve-year-old girl -- all because he wasn't shown the proper respect....And other heinous crimes committed by a grisly new brotherhood in blood....
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Killer Kids Reviews
A little over the top. The facts are correct to the best of my knowledge though. I'm just not much impressed with the writing style. I also dislike the sensationalism that tends to follow this sort of book. It makes the problem seem far worse than it really is. Yet, that is why it sells, no?
i need to stop reading books about kids that kill... it makes me see kids with different eyes by now.yet again, to tell too much about the book would totally spoil it..as interesting these books are, they r at least the same amount disturbing...but still a good read after all.
Sickening ... just sickening ... the reasons these "kids" give for what they have done.