Animal Killer Book Review

Animal Killer by [Baker, B. Lee]

THE HUNTER BECOMES THE HUNTED IN THIS GRIPPING TALE OF ANIMAL VENGEANCE . . .

Despite all his accomplishments while alive, Louie’s journey into the afterlife is anything but peaceful. Instead, he is confronted with a chilling demand for justice for his cruelty and slaughter of the many animals he hunted while alive. After a terrifying trial to determine where he will spend eternity, he is sent to a hellish world where he becomes the hunted. There, his soul is stalked and tormented by the very animals he murdered. As he struggles to survive, an infinite and unforgiving animal army wants nothing less than his total annihilation. Will Louie escape and save his soul, or will he be lost to the abyss?

Prepare yourself for an incredible ride that will force you to question many of your closely held beliefs.

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Animal Killer is a strong visual and verbal argument towards understanding respect for all of Earth’s creatures. Based in Catholicism, it cites many arguments within the written word to show that this specific religion asks its followers to know the value of a life, be it the ant working diligently or the butterfly floating serenely.


The author writes our main character in a way that allows you to viscerally hate him and his small-minded views of animals and other people. Your emotions towards the main character are on a constant rollercoaster.


I appreciated the viewpoint and message throughout the book, even though I have no religious affiliations. For me, you can remove the religious aspect and still have a strong message. With the religious citations you have a strong argument for anyone in Catholicism to follow their doctrine.


Be warned though, there are many gory details, and you’ll be able to see them in your mind as you read. The author is very talented in the descriptive writing!


Animal Killer by [Baker, B. Lee]