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Every book I read by Blake Crouch seems to be better than the last. I am becoming addicted! I am looking forward to the sequel.Published 4 days ago by Robin Nalesnik
I enjoyed this book very much. I do like somewhat creepy and maybe just a little violence in my stories though. If you can't handle that, you might not like it. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Debra Taylor
I got 20% of the way through and couldn't go on . I thought what a dope the main character was . He's someone who writes books about serial killers and you would think he would... Read morePublished 18 days ago by renee
I only read because of the connection to the Jack Daniels series. I am not dumb but found he used a lot of words I wasn't use to. It made for a slower read for me.Published 19 days ago by Jaime G.
Great book Luther Kite and Orson are truly frightening characters. Crouch is scarier than Koontz in the places he brings humanity's evil...Published 28 days ago by Patrick G.
My enjoyment of the Wayward Pines series stimulated me to read Desert Places. This was a mistake. While Wayward Pines was solely authored by Crouch, Desert Places was co-authored... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Woops72