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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 6 days 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 18 days 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 9 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 9 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 10 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 15 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 15 months ago by Ashley Ferguson