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  • Writer's pictureJames G Yeo

Book review of The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris

Well let me tell you. Out of all the Thomas Harris books I have taken my time to read, this one takes the cake. I love how Harris is able to get you into the book and not wanting to put it down. There were some areas that I found were slow, however they made sense so I can not fault him for that.

The story itself that Harris tells is one for the ages to read. There is a lot going on throughout the book and it takes a look inside the mind of two madmen. I feel that he did a great job in making you wonder who the killer is and how the FBI was searching for him.

I had watch the movie many years ago when I was in my twenties, so this is the point of is the book better? I believe as always that the book is better than the movie. I would recommend this read to anyone who is looking for a thriller that deals with the a cold blooded killer and a monster who the FBI is trying to get information from to catch the killer.

For the next three books I am going to be reading the Lord of the Rings series with the first book being The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R Tolkien.

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