10 Characters We Love to Hate [SHOWING SLIDE 3 OF 10]

We rhapsodized a few weeks ago about we’d like to be best friends with but we go for villains too. We’ll let the psychiatrists and philosophers figure out why we revel so gleefully in disgust for characters we revile. Leave it to us, however, to reveal which books, in both fiction and nonfiction, do the best job of making us yearn for vengeance against murderers, corrupt plutocrats, smug politicians and terrorists.

MORTAL SINS by Michael D’Antonio
Kirkus Star
by Michael D’Antonio

"Riveting and fascinating—sure to serve future generations well as they look back on this era."
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