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I found the book enlightening, it tries to describe some of the most used types of villains used in fiction, and also how to deepen their traits making them believable characters.
The book solidifies things you may have noticed earlier, but have not been able to put your finger on and describe.
It should also be interesting for readers. If you read a lot of books this book reveals many of the tricks used in those books. I immediately recognized characters from several of the books I have read before. giving me the insight to see what the writer had done to make the character so believable.
For a writer it will give tips on how to construct a believable villain. You may already be using some of these techniques without knowing, but I found it fun to analyze my own writing with the tips in this book.
I would recommend this book to you if you want to see how villains can be made from the ground up. Either as a writer or as a reader. I have seen stories out there that could have been improved using techniques from this book.