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This book was suspenseful and full of plot turns and twists from the first page to the last. The characters seemed real. Very entertaining.Published 29 days ago by Wonderfulmom
I decided to read this book because it was about Albany, my hometown. Big mistake. I loved the beginning and thought it was going somewhere... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elisabeth Shroyer
Mildly interesting but certainly not absorbing or even a well connected narrative and the ending was abysmal.Published 1 month ago by critical mass
Deals with difficult issues, has brutal parts, the characters were interesting and it was a good thriller.Published 1 month ago by Kathleen Gallegos
Captivating plot. Good character development. Page turner. Excellent description of protaganist's disorder.
I would recommend this book to other readers.
Having just completed Elizabeth Brundage's deeply troubling, yet magnificent latest novel, All Things Cease To Appear, I wanted to read her earlier books. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Susan