Bistro Book Club

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Cryer's Cross by Lisa McMann (5 reviews)

Samanta,     15
Cryer's Cross 
Lisa McMann
Simon & Schuster     2010
   Kendall, a OCD infected 16 yr old has a regular life in the small town of Cryer's Cross. She lives her life comfortably until a sudden disappearance of a freshman leaves this small town shocked. But as time passes, everyone continues with their lives. Then a second student goes missing, and this time it's some one Kendall actually cares about. Kendall's OCD infested brain is rattled with shock and anxiety as she tries to find out what just happened to her loved one. and as she does, she digs deeper into the towns history, until finding out the most bizarre secret of them all.     A very good book, suspenseful, terrifying, and romantic all at once. The wonderful build to the climax drags the reader to continue untill the end: and the book ends with a satisfying ending.
Rating:  5 Hard to imagine a better book
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James,    15 
Lisa McMann 
Cryer's Cross 
   
           This is a good book it has a good story line and it is a compelling mystery that makes you keep reading  

Rating: 4 Q. Better than most.


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Morgan,    14
Cryer's Cross 
Lisa McMann   
2011
Its a GREAT thriller! Intense and keeps getting me in trouble for sneeking off and reading during my chores. My Favorite book so far in Bistro!!!  Quite intense and very well written from 3rd person piont of view
Rating" 5 Hard to imagine a better book
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Dakota,    15
Lisa McMann
Cryers Cross 
Simon & Schuster    2011   
    This book was really intense. The start of the book was kinda boring but towards the end it got alot better so I would definately recommend this book for patient readers

Rating 4. Better than most.
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Tyler ,   16  
 Lisa McMann  
Cryer's Cross         

        This book was an ok book. I didnt really enjoy the 3rd person overview. The plot had a good story.The setting was good for the story. Overall it was a good book.    Rating: 3 Q. Readable.

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