In My Daddy The Serial Killer, Katelyn thought her Daddy a normal loving father until the age of six. She discovers her Daddy’s something evil, something she’s too young to understand fully. As time goes on, Katelyn’s understanding deepens and her fright increases. She sees and hears unimaginable things in the cellar of her home. While withstanding psychological and physical abuse, Katelyn’s alone in her traumatic world. While everyone else sees what they want to see, Katelyn knows her daddy’s a serial killer.
Follow Katelyn as she grows up in an environment we can only imagine. What are the results of living a life of abuse and mental torture? Will Katelyn survive her Daddy’s pathological need to torment and kill? My review of My Daddy, The Serial Killer, follows.
CHARACTERS, PLOTTING, DEVELOPMENT:
First, I must say this is one of the most horrendously traumatic books I have ever read. I don’t know where to start with my review. So here goes, author Cindy Kovacik created a story filled with drama, abuse, murder, and much more; seen through the eyes of a child. Katelyn suffered mental abuse from childhood as her father played games with her mind and practiced his evil trade. Kovacik gave the reader a look at the world of the serial killer and his psychotic, manipulative world. A psychopath without conscience or remorse, he made Katelyn’s life a living hell. While appearing to the world as a typical father, he was the worst of demons.