Dexter Is Dead by Jeff Lindsay
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Forget Season 8, which deserves a lot of the negativity it gets. This here, this way-too-short final novel in Mr. Lindsay's series, is the true swan song of Dexter Morgan. It's short, and yet it really has no idea how to stop the action from keeping on coming. From the beginning, picking up from the cliffhanger Book 7 left us with three years ago (has it really been that long? The show was still running at that time!), all the way to the Whiskey-Tango-Foxtrot ending, Dexter's last ride never ceased to amaze or entertain.
And thus, like many other great series, I hereby bid Dexter's adventures ave atque vale.
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