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It was a really great book for those who read books with 200-300 pages.
McMann has a great writing style, interesting characters, and a spine-chilling plot that will keep you turning the pages for more of this incredible story!
The plot I felt like towards the middle and some what towards the end, that it was a little rushed.
I started this book today and finished it at 4 AM! I literally could not put it down. Great read!Published 1 month ago by Elizabeth Thompson
In my opinion, the book wasn't was well written but it was certainly intriguing. The only reason I couldn't seem to put the book down was because the plot had me hooked and I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This book is pure perfection!
So gripping and haunting. Not the kind of book you'll soon forget. Book you can savor.
I love Lisa McMann's writing. I really do. Read more
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Cryer's Cross was an eerie, fast-paced, mysterious book. Read more
The story line is a bit undeveloped and strangely twists towards demonic. Characters could also use more development for the reader to be able to understand their motivations.Published 10 months ago by A bit bookish
Lisa McMann never ceases to amaze me. I read the Wake series and I loved them. The writing was something so new, so fresh, and just so different from anything I've ever read. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Anna LaGrois
This was a heck of a lot creepier than the books I usually read, but I enjoyed it. I love Lisa McMann's writing. Based on the ending, I'm wondering if there's going to be a sequel.Published 11 months ago by Kayla's Reads and Reviews
This is written in the same style as the John Saul books; however, it was a lot shorter and not as sinister as the Saul books. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Kelli
I really loved McMann's Wake/Fade/Gone series, and I was really looking forward to this being the horror equivalent of them. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ashley Ferguson