Finalist for the Foreword INDIES Best Horror Novel of 2016
Like millions of children, Samuel Bradbury comes from a broken home. Yet he still enjoys the everyday activities of being a kid: playing basketball, shooting his air rifle, and hanging out. Something else, however, exists inside Samuelsomething that sets him apart from other children. He enjoys killing.
Samuel's murderous impulses follow him into manhood and his lethal actions ultimately land him in the Criminal Zoosociety's final answer to a problem as old as mankind. His days are filled with suffering, as visitors with revenge in mind are allowed physical interaction with the inmates. He exists in torturous misery and all hope is lost. Death, an unattainable early release, becomes his only desire. An unexpected guest, however, changes everything; a surprise visit will decide Samuel's fate.
This is his story.
|Publisher:||Rare Bird Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Sean McDaniel, born in Durango, CO, grew up on the plains of southeastern New Mexico. At the age of twenty-five, he founded Plaza Fitness Health Club, and is also a contributing editor for MuscleMag International. He lives in Billings, MT.
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Criminal Zoo based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
this book is so good it allow me to tap in the inter mind of a serial killer and what they think and also how they react and so I really enjoy this book I hope to have another book
CRIMINAL ZOO BY SEAN MCDANIEL is one of the most unusual reads I think I have ever read. It it told in the perspective of Samuel Bradbury, serial killer. Starting with his childhood, Samuel has murdered animals and people. The book leads the reader into his adulthood where his killing and mutilation continues. Samuel is caught and sentenced to the Criminal Zoo,created for people just like him, people convicted of horrendous crimes. The Criminal Zoo is opened for people to come in and observe and torcher its inmates. A very disturbing book but are really good read I recieved this book free from goodreads in exchange for a review.