The Psychology of Dexter – Bella DePaulo

On the one hand, this book is incredibly nerdy (who reads psychological essays about their favorite show besides me?) and on the other, it is completely engrossing and thought-provoking; I mostly loved The Psychology of Dexter. A couple of the essays were very dry or not very stimulating, but most were very clever and enjoyable. Overall, if you are a fan of the show and wonder just HOW you can be rooting so heartily for a serial killer or just need your Dexter fix between seasons, try this.

P.S. I want to write my own psychological essay about the brilliance of the title sequence which begins every episode. It is absolutely perfect (and never fails to make me hungry!)

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