James Jaworski in The Dexter Books vs. in The Series
Have you read the Dexter novels? If you've read Jeff Lindsay's Dexter novels, then you're in a position to share your perspectives on how artfully and successfully the series addresses the characters and events he created in the books. Which adaptations are a service to the storyline, which discredit it?
Here are defferences of James Jaworski in the books and in the series
HOW THE BOOKS PORTRAY IT:
One of Dexter's victims. Dexter's Dark Passenger is roused by the Tamiami Butcher and he rushes to kill James, a janitor, who kills runaway girls. Dexter is interrupted and has to flee before disposing of the body.
HOW THE SERIES PORTRAYS IT:
James is a valet that shoots and distributes snuff films. He murders Jane Saunders in one of them. Dexter completes his murder without interruption.
WHICH IS BETTER?
Tie. In the book Dexter tries to clear his head and has to deal with the possibility of being discovered. In the series they cleverly deal with the same issue in "Love American Style," but also tie it in with the Ice Truck Killer.
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