Would you read a book about a mass-murderer?
The mere mention of his surname usually evokes a feeling of horror and disgust.
My Friend Dahmer, by Derf Backderf, a friend of sorts, is a “graphic memoir, which he worked on for more than a decade. Backderf creates a shockingly recognizable, almost tragic portrait of Dahmer, an alienated kid in a toxic family who wrestled with nightmarish demons and lost” the book critic writes.
I can’t even imagine attempting to read this – despite my love for non-fiction.