This book will have you longing to be the predator's next target. Beware, though, because once you enter Obitus' world, you don't get to stop playing his game unless he chooses to set you free. Is this a work of fiction...or is it a confession? Only you can decide whether or not you choose to dance with a man who always picks the song.
In life, we are all performing one dance after another; most of us just don't realize it. When you're walking down the street and your fingers softly brush against those of a stranger's, your new fate has already been decided; you just don't realize it yet. There's no such thing as a chance meeting in the dark, and you have only one opportunity to escape Obitus...but your time is running out....
In this thrilling beginning to the Confessions Series, Obitus discovers who he is and exactly what he wants...and that could be you.
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By Anonymous User on 12-10-17
I loved urmaker!
I just love the way urmaker narrated this dark story!! it's the only reason I came to hear this story!
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By Dest on 28-07-18
Loved Urmaker, but the story felt lacking
*spoilers* I know I'll sound mean saying this, but the story felt like it was written by an angsty teenager who doesn't understand normal human interactions. Loved Urmaker's narration, but at times I was really thrown off to the story. The main character has an attitude of "I am the greatest, most powerful human ever, and I know how to control everything" and the story was pretty much written as "yep, he's all-knowing and can control anybody he wants since he was a child despite no real experiences in his life in psychology. Yet he knows more about human psychology than the educated psychologist. Also, she has no problem with his childlike confessions of watching his dad murder and wanting to join in, and sleeps with him despite him being a obviously textbook serial killer" I'm sorry., but that was just how I felt about the story. I listen to and read horror, and the overall story was good, but psychologically, the book was a no for me.