This book was at once frustrating and fascinating because Ann Rule is so neutral for most of it. She finished the first edition before Bundy made his confessions. So the book lacks any sense of horror, anguish or digust, and it does not get into too many details of his crimes or even into his background. However, it somehow really is a fascinating look at Bundy's adult life and crimes. Really well written, and not your typical true crime book.