101 People You Won't Meet in Heaven: The Twisted Achievements of the Most Brutal and Sadistic Individuals the World has Ever Known

People You Won t Meet in Heaven The Twisted Achievements of the Most Brutal and Sadistic Individuals the World has Ever Known The bad boys of history and their twisted achievements recounted with tongue in cheek attitude in gory detail

  • Title: 101 People You Won't Meet in Heaven: The Twisted Achievements of the Most Brutal and Sadistic Individuals the World has Ever Known
  • Author: Michael Powell
  • ISBN: 9781599211053
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • The bad boys of history and their twisted achievements, recounted, with tongue in cheek attitude, in gory detail.

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    419 thoughts on “101 People You Won't Meet in Heaven: The Twisted Achievements of the Most Brutal and Sadistic Individuals the World has Ever Known”

    1. Don't judge me for reading AND owning this book it was REALLY interesting. I found myself re-reading almost every page because it was all just so disturbing, yet fascinating.


    2. Does each character sound different?Yes, each character sounds different because each person did different crimes and there was different outcomes. some got killed or hanged, others are still alive or locked up.


    3. I loved this book. I've read it half a dozen times.It is about the size of a grown man's palm and has, obviously, 101 people you won't meet in heaven, if heaven existed and judged people on how uncrazy and completely non-psycho they were.Most of the people in this book are men; there is a little note before you dive into this lil pocket guide that men are usually the craziest mofos on Earth, but there ARE a handful of women that are sadistic, twisted, insane, and downright bloodthirsty in their [...]


    4. Not sure how I felt about this yet - too much or not enough? Too many horrible things and horrible people to process, and yet very spare facts, so that in spite of numbers, I didn't get a real scope of the crimes and the victims. To give an idea, this is indeed an alphabetical list of 101 horrible people - some serial killers, some political criminals, some despotic rulers. Each entry is about 2 pages with a brief paragraph or so on the person, name, date of birth and death, often manner of deat [...]


    5. I consider this book a bathroom reader with more bite, a who's who catalog of the very worst among humanity. Each section is like a dossier on one particular murderous piece of excrement. The information doesn't go much in to depth, but it certainly provides you enough for a conversation piece. There's the usual suspects within these pages, but it's the ones that you haven't heard of that are most shocking.


    6. Sick of smiley-face fiction? Here's a group of homo sapiens you'll never find in a Mitch Albom novel. This title did rise above many in the dime-a-dozen true crime genre: instead of just profiling the predictable lineup of baddies, the author reached back in history to collect tyrants like Caligula and Nero as well.Athough this small and surprisingly densely-packed volume will show you the worst examples of humanity through the ages, the large number of typos is very distracting.



    7. This is a small pocket book that has 101 quick profiles on these evil people. The format works, it gives you the basics: D.O.B Death, Early Influences, Famous Quotes, Body Count and answers the questions: "Who was he/she?" and "What did he/she do that was so wrong?" There is a really strong tongue-in-cheek tone which makes the small book easy to read, but at the end of the day that same entertaining tone trivializes what these people have done. They have done horriffic(for example: kidnapping wo [...]


    8. I love true stories and crimes. I fall into that group of people that wants to know all the details. I know I'm weird. I really did love this book. I learned of people Well monsters I had never heard of before. Reading it I started guessing ahead of who might be listed in the book. There were many I didn't find that should be featured in a sequel book. 1. Lizzy Borden (even though acquitted, I feel she's guilty)2. Tamerlan Tsarnaev and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev3. Adam Lanza4. James Holmes5. Zodiac Kille [...]


    9. I actually found this book at my school and I started reading and I thought it was totally fascinating. I reread many of the entries and one of the serial killers was born where I live and that was interesting/creepy. I would recommend it to anyone who likes these types of books.


    10. These were mostly serial killers and nutty dictators, though there were a few I hadn't heard of before. I thought it was awfully superficial and wished for suggestions for further reading, and there were a lot of typos. But it would appeal to the trivia-loving, bathroom-reading set.


    11. too many people were in it just because they killed children, not because of the horrific ways they killed them. Many prolific serial killers were left out in exchange for them.



    12. I really enjoyed this book!! I would have liked some other sadistic people in there. Maybe there should be a second one made!!! LoL!!!!!


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