Confessions of a Sociopath by M.E. Thomas
- Interesting point of view from a person who has been clinically diagnosed as a sociopath
- Content is not as disturbing or frightening as the title suggests, but that probably says more about me as a person than anything else
- The author’s childhood sounds horrific; however, the author credits their childhood upbringing as a positive factor in forming who they were. While I don’t disagree that this person’s childhood helped formed them, I’m not quite convinced that it was necessary
- If you google the author’s pen name there’s an epilogue of sorts that is equally interesting. It includes them losing their job and having to change their name to get away from the notoriety, etc.