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  • Posted October 26, 2013

    Jeff Jacobson thought he was an ordinary kid. That is until his

    Jeff Jacobson thought he was an ordinary kid. That is until his father hands him a file about Jeffrey Dahmer and lets him know he isn't his son and he was created in a lab. He is part of Project Cain and made of Jeffrey Dahmer's DNA. He isn't alone there is many kids made of different serial killers DNA and now they have been turned loose by the man he thought was his father. While some where raised in nice families the other 'projects' were sent to live with families similar to what the original serial killers had. There is a killing spree going on and Jeff maybe the only way to find them before they strike again. He is afraid of turning into a killer his self and knows he has to hurry.




    Jeff is a smart kid who thought he was normal. He now struggles with  knowing he has evil inside him. He doesn't know who to trust and what to do. He is a great character because through his eyes you see both sides of evil and how much a struggle he has walking the line of being good. His really has had his whole world turned upside down and even he isn't safe from the bad people. I really felt sorry for him and liked the character.




    This book has a wonderful description about the book but it doesn't prepare you for the fascinating world you are about to dive into. The author does such an amazing job with this book you feel you are in the world with these killers. You get to see some of the things several of these killers did and I love that you can tell the author researched this subject when he wrote the book. That makes a big difference in the reading. From the first page you get drawn into the character of Jeff. You see him struggle and have it really bad at times. He uses his head and does what he thinks is right. At times you can see him slipping and it makes it that much better of a book. The idea of this book chilled me because it seems like something that could honestly happen. There is several hard scenes that will make your skin crawl but the author does a good job keeping it from going to far. If you want an amazing book that will stay with you and in a way have you rooting for a bad guy pick this up

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  • Posted January 11, 2014

    Project Cain by Geoffrey Girard Geoffrey mainly tells the story

    Project Cain by Geoffrey Girard
    Geoffrey mainly tells the story through the eyes off Jeff.
    Can use just imagine 50 or more copies of serial killers being grown by a special military. Some of the clones are placed in nice homes some in bad homes. You know nurture verses nature. Well Jeff found out he was a clone by his crazy father a scientists and leaves. The DSTI is looking for him and his father Castillo finds Jeff after a school massacre and together they set out to find the killers and to find out they the DSTI made an almost unstoppable clones from all the DNA of all serial killers. The hunt is on the chase begins to stop the killings and Jeff is scared he will turn in to evil Jeff and not be able to stop but he don't feel evil just abandoned by his father ( ok not real father but the one who raised him). The adventure is long and very insightful to serial killers and nature verses nurture.

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