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Laird Barronis the author of the novelThe Croningand three collections of short fiction:The Imago Sequence,Occultation, andThe Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All. His work has appeared in manymagazines and anthologies. An expatriate Alaskan, Barron currently resides in the wilds of upstate New York.
The overall story was okay but it was hard to grasp. Maybe a little more description would have helped.Published 1 day ago by Tina Hughes -Parker
Stunning work. I (almost) devoured it in a sitting. Barron's writing tells us that those nefarious men in the black suits really are up to something.Published 26 days ago by Caroline in the Desert
A twist in the plot mid-novel nearly threw me. This was so excellently crafted that I was constantly reevaluating my preconceptions. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kindle Customer Richard H Roberts
Laird Barren is one of the unrivaled wordsmiths of the 21st century. The Croning is a visceral, bloody horror that makes Clive Barker's writing seem merely like purple prose. Read morePublished 4 months ago by A. Reeder
The Croning started off well, but a little unrealistic. The book seemed way too long. By the last quarter, I couldn't wait for it to end. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Diane
Something amazing happens in Laird Barron’s The Croning.
The hero saves the day simply by forgetting to act. Read more
Very disappointing book. I was surprised at how much I disliked this book. One of the very few books I couldn't even finish.Published 5 months ago by Love To Learn