See No Evil

See No Evil He s the last thing you ll ever see Seven feet tall Four hundred pounds A blood crusted rusty steel plate screwed into his skull But perhaps the most terrifying thing about reclusive psychopath Jacob

  • Title: See No Evil
  • Author: Dan Madigan
  • ISBN: 9781416520344
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
  • He s the last thing you ll ever see Seven feet tall Four hundred pounds A blood crusted, rusty steel plate screwed into his skull But perhaps the most terrifying thing about reclusive psychopath Jacob Goodnight are the razor sharp nails on his forefingers, the ones that circle around his victims eyes just before he takes them.Holed up within the long abandoned BlackHe s the last thing you ll ever see Seven feet tall Four hundred pounds A blood crusted, rusty steel plate screwed into his skull But perhaps the most terrifying thing about reclusive psychopath Jacob Goodnight are the razor sharp nails on his forefingers, the ones that circle around his victims eyes just before he takes them.Holed up within the long abandoned Blackwell Hotel, nine floors of hidden passageways and two way mirrors that once acted as a playground for the rich and privileged, Jacob s disturbing gaze is now fixed on Kira, Christine, Michael, Tye, Zoe, Melissa, Richie, and Russell eight delinquents hoping to shave time off their county jail sentences by performing community service and restoring the building and detention officer Frank Williams, the former cop who put a bullet in Jacob s head four years prior Goodnight sees the sins in their eyes he always does and he s going to pluck them out, one by one See No Evil, a violent, bloody account of madness and revenge, is a novelization of the terrifying new thriller from WWE Films and Lionsgate, starring WWE Raw Superstar Kane.

    One thought on “See No Evil”

    1. I bought this book well before the movie came out. It was mainly gore and suspense with a very interesting main scary killer. The relationships in the end caught me off gaurd. The book also gives a much more indepth look to Jacob's beginings then the movie does.

    2. I really enjoyed the movie when it came out. The book as always is very detailed then the movie but it definitely did not disappoint.

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