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Ten years before his TV appearance, Rodney was charged with the sexual assault and attempted murder of an eight-year-old girl. Rating: 2.5 to 3 stars What I liked:-The chapters were short, but there were a ton of them. Rating: 2.5 to 3 stars What I liked:-The chapters were short, but there were a ton of them.
Also nice subtle dig at prostitutes who are often victims of violence and popular serial killer victims. Finished this book yesterday morning and I must say Stella Sands did a very good job. For example one thing she did was write in bulleted form about the mayor news events that happened for example in 1977 and then she also added something Rodney Alcala was doing, or had done at that same time.
I'm sure there are other problematic things to mention in this quote (like race issues, subtly implied again), but I'm getting really angry right now. I guess you are only a good person if you are the PERFECT VICTIM. I'm sure there is a lot more to comment on, but my brain is feeling angry at me, so I think that this is enough for now. Killed someone or was suspected of killing someone.
Don't get me wrong, those poor women/girls and their family, my heart goes out for them.
I just got irritated with the emphasis put on their all-american looks.
-Also trigger warning for graphic gore/murder scene/and rape, including child rape (though this one was more fade to black then the others).
-I really got annoyed with how the victims were written about.
The case is so disturbing that it's been documented in several news outlets, from People magazine and USA Today to 48 Hours Mystery and Dr. The Dating Game Killer is the shocking true story about the dark and twisted man. I dislike stopping mid-chapter, but if a chapter is super long, and I feel like stopping I do. I dislike stopping mid-chapter, but if a chapter is super long, and I feel like stopping I do.
How BEAUTIFUL, PRETTY, and PURE and INNOCENT they were.
Yes, those poor women/girls and they were pretty/beautiful, but there is more to them than that.
I also liked that she did start from the beginning. A lot of true crime authors think all readers know what happened so do think nothing of just telling us what happened and who did it on page 1. She tells us more about the lives of all his victims, trying so that we get to know the girls that were murdered and their families.
Only negative thing is that at the end it got just a little bit long-winded but all in all I do recommend this book.
I believe that evil is a moral description, and if you think of people in terms of their ability to put themselves in the shoes of their brother or sister or feel the sadness or pain of hunger or torture, then Alcala is evil.