In Evil People, Kelly Mass tells the stories of some of history’s most despicable people. Through her riveting accounts, readers will learn about the cruelest dictators, serial killers, and other evil individuals who have ever lived. With new insight into their motivations and methods, this book provides a fascinating look at what drives these monsters to commit appalling acts.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who are interested in learning about some of history’s most despicable people. Through Kelly Mass’ riveting accounts, readers will learn about the cruelest dictators, serial killers, and other evil individuals who have ever lived.
- The author provides great insight into the motivations and methods of some of history’s most despicable people.
- The book is well written and easy to read.
- It contains fascinating information that will interest readers who are interested in psychology, criminology, and true crime
- It may be too disturbing for some readers.
- It could give people ideas.
- The subject matter may be depressing to some people
Learn more about the author
Kelly Mass is a journalist and the author of several nonfiction books for young adults. She has also written for magazines such as Seventeen and Scholastic Scope. Kelly lives in upstate New York with her husband and two children.
“An excellent read. Mass does a great job of humanizing these monsters while still depicting them in their true light as evil people.”
“This book is absolutely chilling. It provides a fascinating glimpse into the minds of some of history’s most despicable people, and it’s definitely not for the faint of heart.”
“Wow! This book is spine chilling. I couldn’t put it down. It’s full of stories about some of the worst people in history, and it really makes you think about what could make someone do such terrible things.”
“Evil People is a well written, concise look at some of history’s most despicable people. Kelly Mass does an excellent job of providing insight into their motivations and methods, allowing readers to get a better understanding of what makes them tick. This book is sure to interest anyone who wants to learn more about the darker side of human nature.”