1. What is the opening description of the room as it appears in the first chapter?
"A rooftop billboard cast a flickering blue light through the studio windows. The light ricocheted off glass and stainless steel: an empty crystal bud vase rimed with dust, a pencil sharpener, a microwave oven, peanut-butter jars filled with drawing pencils, paintbrushes and crayons. An ashtray full of pennies and paper clips. Jars of Poster Paint, Knives." (Chapter 1, pg. 1).
2. What are the initial actions being taken by the killer? How does he feel?
The initial actions of the Maddog killer include stalking his prey. He feels very alive in the final minutes of the stalk.
3. What childhood activity was the springboard for Maddog's killing sprees?
As a child he liked to torture and kill squirrels. The intellectual thrill of the killing enticed him more as he grew older, encouraging him to continue.
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