Review of The Making of Evil

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Review of The Making of Evil

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[Following is a volunteer review of "The Making of Evil" by C. Ross Dutton.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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For a glimpse into the life and mind-set of a Columbian Patron, THE MAKING OF EVIL by C. Ross Dutton is just that. The harrowing tale of an impressionable young man, Juan Rodriquez begins at age 5 and tells of a childhood full of tragedy, grief, loss, abuse, neglect, murder, rape; and legends of unholy haunts that molded him into the unrepentant assassin/crime lord that he became.

I loved the main character and his story. He is a cold-blooded killer who is to be feared. I felt bonded to him and found myself cheering him on to do the right things and defending him when he did not.

I did not particularly care for the focused religious viewpoints that influenced the main storyline and dictated the behavior of the protagonist.

Overall, I gave the story a four out of four stars because it was exceptionally well written and edited with a great storyline and an intriguing plot. A quick read that had everything you would need to keep your interest peaked and imagination stunned.

I would recommend this read to mature audiences only due to the disturbing content of child and sex trafficking.

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